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Precipitated Lumpi it, Kitty and the hamsters apparently also on Facebook now millions of pets have a profile of the U.S. Internet giant announced in its latest Börenbericht with .
83 million of the approximately 955 million active (!) Facebook users (8.7 percent) were in fact "ghosts," it says. Several categories were identified:
► When criminals use to run all those users, the Facebook for sending spam mails. You make the report, from 1.5 percent of the members.
► 4.8 percent of all profiles are users, who come for two or more identities.
► Pets and other unspecified "non-human entities" accounted for 2.4 percent.
The false accounts were observed mainly in the 'less developed markets such as Indonesia and Turkey, "said Facebook. One effort "to limit or stop this behavior."
STOCK UNDER PRESSURE
Facebook's stock is, however, remained under pressure and fell in trading on Wall Street on Thursday for the first time under the mark of $ 20.
Thus, the world's biggest social network has since lost his celebrated IPO (38 dollars per share) nearly $ 50 billion in value - more than Hewlett-Packard and Starbucks are actually worth.
On 16 August ending the ban on insider selling - you can then begin the first time employees and investors from the early days of Facebook with the sale of shares.
Analysts such as Anthony Victor Topeka Capital Markets do not expect a large-scale withdrawal, however, see the short term and very little upside potential for the Facebook-paper.
One thing is certain: When the retention period for Groupon or Zynga had fallen, gave the shares to nine and eight percent.
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