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April 11, 2014

Facebook will clean “like if, share if” posts & other spam

Facebook is finally cleaning up our news feeds that are usually full of spam as they feel that the news feed is designed to give you information that is actually relevant. This includes the lessening of links that redirect you to spam sites, like-baiting posts, and content that is repetitive in nature.

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What Facebook will be doing is that with their improved spam detection, they will have these types of content appear less frequently on your news feed. With this, say goodbye to posts of photos and links by people & pages, friends or not, that do not really matter to us, and instead, expect more relevant content on Facebook.

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5 Responses to “Facebook will clean “like if, share if” posts & other spam”

  1. Mon says:

    About time :p

  2. Zobel says:

    paki-hide na rin ng pages ng mga walang kwentang artista na yan tulad ni Anne Curtis, Vice Ganda, Vic Sotto, etc., Hindi ma-hide sa android app. Kelangan pa sa PC mismo.

  3. eric says:

    what about those sneaky game requests unintentionally/automatically sent by friends?

  4. isklamowsyon says:

    finally!!! bwisit yang “like if”,”share if” na yan.sana lagyan na rin ng dislike para kumpleto.

  5. McNiggerator says:

    you should remove all local celeb pages too. seeing them in my Recommended Pages tab irks the hell out of me.

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