If you’re one of the millions of people who spends time each day sharing your online content on Facebook, you’ve probably encountered fake products and scams.
If you have a genuine Facebook account, you can sign in with it and post photos, videos and other content, but if you’re a paid-up member, you have to pay the company to post something on your page.
The fake product can be as simple as a product that’s just for you or as sophisticated as a fake business that is trying to sell you something.
Facebook is the largest social media platform, but it’s not the only one.
According to research from Ad Age, nearly 60 percent of the ads on the site are from fake businesses, and more than half of those ads are fake, as opposed to ads from legitimate businesses.
Fake businesses are creating fake accounts, or using Facebook’s “like” button to add followers, so that they can get promoted to paid status.
Some of the fake accounts have been created with the intention of selling a product, but the content and photos they’re posting are fake and the photos are of themselves.
So, what exactly is a fake Facebook account?
Facebook users can create fake accounts to promote themselves, advertise their business, or promote other people, according to the company.
In a typical Facebook advertising campaign, a fake account will advertise a product for sale and use the “like button” to promote it, and then share photos, posts and other things with the Facebook community.
A fake Facebook profile may also use Facebook’s sponsored posts feature to post links to Facebook content.
Facebook says it is only using the Facebook Like button to promote real content, not fake content.
But what is a real Facebook account anyway?
Facebook uses a combination of two types of data to verify the authenticity of an account.
The first is the account’s name.
When a Facebook user creates a new account, the first thing they see when they log into the site is a “Facebook ID.”
Facebook ID is a unique string that identifies an individual as a Facebook account holder, and it’s also used to authenticate the user’s identity when they sign into their Facebook account.
In addition, Facebook allows users to create accounts using their name and password.
That’s a bit different from the way Google Authenticator works, which requires a user’s real name, and Facebook’s login is stored in a user account’s username field.
Google Authenticators requires users to enter a password, but Facebook does not require them to do that.
A Facebook user can change the user name and user ID on their profile, but that’s not always possible.
And since Facebook does store a user name in their password, they can change that in the future.
So users can change their user name, their password and even delete the account.
Facebook also uses user profiles to track what other people are seeing, as well as how many friends a user has.
Facebook users also have access to Facebook’s privacy settings, and that includes what other users see on their profiles, how long they’ve been following a user and how many people have viewed a particular post.
Facebook has said that it has not been able to prove that all of these profiles are authentic.
What does Facebook do with the data?
Facebook says that it does not store or share any information that the user may post.
But it’s still a big concern.
According a study by the University of Washington, only 8 percent of people post to Facebook on a daily basis.
And only a third of Facebook’s users actually delete their Facebook profiles.
Facebook can’t delete profiles because it’s hard to prove the account owner is the person who actually posted to the page.
Facebook said it does keep some information for users to see, such as the date the user created the account, which is a good indication of when the account was created.
But if someone has posted on Facebook many times in the past and then deleted the account in the last year, Facebook might not know who posted what.
Facebook uses the user information it gets from user profiles, which include their names, photos and other information, to help users find ads that match their interests.
Facebook does send some information to advertising partners, but those partners don’t use it for the purpose of improving the ad they’re running, according an Ad Age article.
The Facebook platform also collects and uses information from the user, including information like their name, email address, mobile number and browser type.
These types of information are not linked to the user profile, so users can’t change their Facebook status.
Facebook will give users information about how much time they spend on their account, but not information about the types of ads they see.
Facebook wants to give users more control over how they use their profile information, and so it will let users opt out of using certain features on their Facebook page.
Users can choose to limit the amount of time they’re allowed to post on their page, or they can decide to allow a small amount of posts on a day or