mercredi 9 août 2017

Facebook clamps down on address cloaking to protect users from spam and porn

Facebook has introduced a ban on address cloaking, a technique used to bypass review procedures and display content that violates the social network's policies. Cloaking is used to disguise the true nature of posts and ads from reviewers, so they will see different contents to real-world users when they click through. Facebook says that it will be working with other companies to find ways to fight cloaking and implement punishments. AI will be called upon to do some of the legwork. Facebook is particularly concerned about cloaking because of the "negative and disruptive experiences" it creates by displaying pages about… [Continue Reading]

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