Facebook has vowed to “aggressively get rid of fake likes” on its network.
After winning more than $2bn (£1.3bn) in legal judgements against scammers who sold fake likes to businesses, Facebook said that bumping up likes did “more harm than good”, and could mean companies “could end up doing less business“ on the social network.
In a post on its security blog, the social network said that it has “a strong incentive to aggressively get rid of fake likes because businesses and people who use our platform want real connections and results, not fakes”. It also said that it is focusing its energy on making this abuse less profitable for the spammers.
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