Internet & Technology

  Posted on: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Algorithm identifies fake users on many social networks
Homeland Security News Wire

Researchers have developed a new generic method to detect fake accounts on most types of social networks, including Facebook and Twitter. The new method is based on the assumption that fake accounts tend to establish improbable links to other users in the networks.



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