Facebook is renewing its efforts to get rid of fake accounts. This time, the microblogging company isn't focusing on people who use a nickname or an alias instead of their real names, but has targeted those who claim to be someone else. In a statement he made this Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg said that his company is trying to improve the speed with which it can flag fake profiles. However, he stated that a big part of this improvement will have to come as a result of getting better feedback from the users.
Mark Zuckerberg's announcement came during a Q&A conference in Barcelona, following his appearance at the World Mobile Congress where Facebook's CEO talked about the company's efforts with the Internet.org project, which aims to bring basic Internet services to people in developing countries.