Sunday, July 25

cuentas falsas

cuentas falsas, cuentas verificadas, Redes sociales, Twitter

Twitter mistakenly verified several fake accounts | Digital Trends Spanish

Twitter has made several mistakes in its latest batch of verifications. The platform microblogging has confirmed to Daily dot that it has permanently suspended a small number of fake accounts that it mistakenly verified within weeks of relaunching its public verification program. The error came to light after Twitter user Conspirador Norteño discovered six verified accounts that had been created on June 16. None of these accounts had posted a single tweet and all of them used stock photos for profile photos and even photos that belong to other users. Meet @aykacmis, @degismece, @anlamislar, @aykacti, @kayitlii, and @donmedim, a sextet of blue-check verified Twitter accounts created on June 16th, 2021. None has yet tweeted and all have roughly 1000 followers (and mostly the * same * ...
cuentas falsas, Facebook, intervención política, Noticias, Redes sociales

They accuse Facebook: my hands are stained with blood | Digital Trends Spanish

Facebook would have ignored or been slow to act on evidence that fake accounts on the platform were undermining elections and political affairs around the world. This is what revealed a memorandum sent by a recently fired employee by Facebook and published BuzzFeed News. The 6,600-word memo, written by former Facebook data scientist Sophie Zhang, is filled with concrete examples of heads of government and political parties from countries like Azerbaijan and Honduras who would be using fake accounts or misrepresenting to influence public opinion. According to the former official, in nations such as India, Ukraine, Spain, Brazil, Bolivia and Ecuador, she found evidence of coordinated campaigns to promote or hinder results or political candidates, although she did not alwa...