Facebook’s new tool will help to get rid of unwanted friend requests and messages

Published on December 19, 2017

You might have faced issues of unwanted friend requests or message request on Facebook. As of now, there is no solution for that but the social media giant ‘Facebook’ is reportedly working on a tool that can prevent you from unwilling friend requests and messages. Facebook is taking a step ahead to reduce harassment and bullying. We genuinely appreciate the plan adopted by Facebook, and soon we may see an implement over this.

“We’ve heard stories from people who have blocked someone only to encounter the same harasser using a different account,” Facebook Global Head of Safety Antigone Davis wrote on Facebook’s blog. “To help prevent those bad encounters, we are building on existing features that prevent fake and inauthentic accounts on Facebook.”

Davis added, “The person who blocked the original account is in control, and must initiate contact with the new account for them to interact normally.”

Facebook is working a process to develop a tool or a new algorithm which will trace the IP address and will monitor if there will be any artificial or unauthenticated account creation after getting blocked by a user.

Usually, some user makes a new Facebook account to get in touch with the person from whom they get blocked. To stop this kind of activities, Facebook will be introducing something helpful. The feature will be quite useful for the users of Facebook. If a user will get blocked from a person on Facebook and if he creates a new Facebook account using the same IP address and again requests the same person then Facebook will suspend the report for the charge or unauthenticated account creation or malicious activities of friend requests of message requests.

This is still not clear that when Facebook will introduce this new feature but this is undoubtedly clear that the feature will help millions of users all across the world to get rid of fake friend requests and messages.



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