A Facebook Bug Shows Users Fake Posts From Famous People They Don’t Follow

A Facebook Bug Shows Users Fake Posts From Famous People They Don't Follow

The Facebook platform has registered a bug this Wednesday that has shown users of the social network false publications of personal profiles and pages of famous people and celebrities whom they do not follow.

This error in the social network owned by Meta began to be noticed around 07:00 this Wednesday (mainland Spain time), as reported by the DownDetector portal.

It was then that several users noticed this error on their corresponding walls, where images, videos, and ‘memes’ have appeared that apparently did not correspond to the authorship of the owners of these accounts.

Some of these fake posts were mocking images of Facebook’s creator and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.

This incidence, which seems to be global, has had its highest peak around 9:00 a.m. and has begun to decrease in the number of cases from 9:34 a.m., according to the said portal. However, these false posts are maintained in some accounts of famous people, such as the comedian and writer Trevor Noah

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