#Facebook to verify identities of suspiciously popular accounts
According to the social media firm, it will require profiles that are ‘high-reach’, and whose posts rapidly go viral, to undergo verification by showing some form of ID if they’re found to be exhibiting patterns of “inauthentic” behaviour.
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