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SCARS™ Insight: Facebook 1 Billion Fake Profiles [Infographic]
Think About This? There Are About 2+ Billion Profiles On Facebook!
THAT IS A LOT OF PEOPLE – MORE THAN CHINA & THE U.S. COMBINED!
Now think about 1 billion fake facebook profiles? That’s 50% of Facebook profiles!
This Concerns Us!
What about other social media and online platforms?
Facebook themselves admits to deleting over a billion fake profiles a year! And allows between 8% or more to remain (per their own quarterly reports) – of course, the mentioned report says it is more like 50%
If this is true, then every metric of Facebook’s value proposition is off! Maybe this should concern shareholders as well?
We think it is time to rebuild integrity into social media. What do you think?
Of course, Facebook trashed the report: https://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-dismisses-aaron-greenspan-report-that-half-its-users-are-fake-2019-1
Here is the actual report for you to decide: https://www.plainsite.org/realitycheck/fb.pdf
But even with deleting one billion a year, and leaving another 8% of the total user base as fake – is that acceptable?
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