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Facebook's $2 billion war against spam, fake 'likes'

Posted at 10:23 PM, Oct 06, 2014

Facebook's lawsuit against people who create fake accounts for the purposes of selling precious "likes" to businesses may result in a $2 billion payout for the social media giant.

The company has attempted to put an end to this method of spamming through the recent lawsuit.

Facebook argues that the businesses buying fake "likes" are only hurting themselves but some experts disagree. For more see this report from Newsy: