inauthentic


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Synonyms for inauthentic

intended to deceive

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Washington (USA), Nov 6 ( ANI ): Facebook has blocked 115 accounts, including 30 on Instagram, which may have been linked to "foreign entities" and engaged in "coordinated inauthentic behavior" trying to interfere in the US midterm elections.
Monika Bickert, vice president of Facebook's global policy management, describes 'coordinated inauthentic behavior' as 'networks of actors that may be using fake accounts, misrepresenting their identity, and falsely liking one another's content to amplify it.'
"Efforts by the company to eliminate inauthentic accounts -- even large numbers of them -- and improve the health of the platform should be viewed positively because these efforts improve Twitter's position with regulators and with advertisers, who see the user base as higher quality when purges occur," Wieser said in a research note.
Facebook head of Cybersecurity Policy Nathaniel Gleicher said in a statement published on the company's blog that, "Today we removed multiple Pages, groups and accounts that engaged in coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook and Instagram.
The name is both a stylistic cue (one wall is dominated by table tennis rackets) and a not-so-subtle statement about what the restaurant offers: unabashedly inauthentic Chinese food, loosely inspired by American Chinese food as it has evolved in the decades since a fateful intersection between sport and diplomacy that went by the same name.
Lastly, using body language to make a positive impression is inauthentic. ( ANI )
All of the stories included in Sad Stories of the Death of Kings are edgy enough to pique the interest of teens, but an inauthentic, adolescent voice will lose them quickly.
Despite the Herculean effort to exude masculinity in Weights, 1992, Snow Drift, and Black Emanation, Durward reveals it to be an ultimately inauthentic, failed, and ridiculous pose.
In a blog post, Facebook reveals that it has removed "multiple Pages, groups and accounts that engaged in coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook and Instagram.
Among these are the adverse effect of selfies to self-esteem and the proliferation of superficial, inauthentic pictures of someone.
Washington, Nov 23 (ANI): People with Anorexia nervosa constantly face substantial inner conflicts and struggle with questions about their real and inauthentic self - whether their illness is separate from or integral to them, a new study has suggested.
"We removed 425 Facebook Pages, 17 Facebook Groups, 135 Facebook accounts and 15 Instagram accounts in Myanmar for engaging in coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook.
Facebook's Instagram is removing inauthentic follows, Likes, and comments that violate its policies from users' accounts, fighting back against those who use automated apps to leave spammy comments or follow and then unfollow others in hopes of growing their audience, TechCrunch reports.
This included work on advertising and hate speech policies, addressing bias on the platform, and their efforts to crack down on inauthentic behavior on the platform.
"Based on this tip, we quickly identified a set of accounts that appeared to be engaged in coordinated inauthentic behavior, which is banned on Facebook because we want people to be able to trust the connections they make on our services.