New provision for banning fake ID on Facebook

It's very easy to open the Facebook ID when the day is over. Facebook is going to bring some additional obligations for users to open the Facebook ID. Under this rule, the added benefit of opening an account by concealing identity could no longer be done on Facebook. Facebook has reportedly made such a decision to reduce the irony of Fake ID.

If you open a new ID, the user will not be able to open the account from Facebook unless you add at least one profile picture and some special information for the ID. Also due to the new obligation, the user has to give the mobile number to Facebook. For account verification, user must provide profile picture and mobile number to open the account. According to a report, Facebook authorities have called for the action to stop creating inactive accounts and to prevent anonymous harassment.

The report added that for those who have more than one Facebook account, providing additional profile information on Facebook has become a problem. When you login to Facebook, you will have to go through the account verification process. If these accounts do not have a mobile number, then Facebook will ask for the mobile number and at least one profile picture. And Facebook is not going to open multiple Facebook IDs with the same mobile number.

Many have already deleted their actual accounts from Facebook in fear of the end of personal data protection. Those users are logging in to Facebook to create another dummy or 'fake' account. Users often do not give pictures or mobile numbers to these accounts. Even friends do not accept anyone on the list. Used to view various Facebook pages and to login to other apps via Facebook. Facebook will also force them to give their mobile numbers and profile pictures as a way to counter these dummy accounts.

Facebook is already under pressure from consumers' personal data protection and various scams. The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced the final decision on a $ 1 million fine. In addition to the fine, Facebook has also been asked to form a privacy committee. The committee will have no control over the head of the organization, Mark Zuckerberg.

Initially the Cambridge Analytica, the world's largest social media, has been blamed for illegally distributing 1.5 million subscribers in the wake of the information scandal. Later, the FTC added other events such as facial recognition technology.

No comments

If any problem, please comment us below the comment box.

Powered by Blogger.