A spokeswoman for the Supreme Court said earlier today that the court does not has an official presence on social media. But that it does run a dozen fake accounts on many platforms. The court found out that some fake accounts became made in its name and also asked that they shut down.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and also the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) are already well prosecuting the people who set up fake Supreme Court social media accounts.
Supreme Court representative made it clear that the court does not has an official presence on any social media sites. This means that any profiles found online that use the court’s name are completely fake.
Fake profiles are always a worry when it comes to social media. There are a lot of fake accounts on social media whose only goal is to annoy other people by spreading false information. Posting endless memes and also stock photos, or both. The fact that millions of people utilize pseudonyms raises serious concerns, even if some phony profiles use it for laughs.
Read more about: AMD’s Next-Gen Ryzen 7000 CPUs Launch for $299
From January of last year, when Facebook lost 1.7 billion fake accounts, to January of this year. When it deleted 1.6 billion, the number has gone down a bit. In the first three months of 2019, 2.2 billion fake Facebook accounts were deleted, which is a new record. This makes it easier to understand how many fake profiles there are online.