VIP members are getting away with breaking the rules of Facebook, despite the fact that the social media does not follow them. Facebook has policies that are different for normal users and VIP members. For VIP users, however, the policy is quite lenient. According to a recent report, this type of information has been discovered.
According to the estimate, there are around 57 lakh VIP accounts on the social media platform. Facebook utilises the ‘cross check’ or ‘excheck’ software to verify the identities of these individuals. VIP members are not subject to the same restrictions as regular users. Users who have a VIP account are entitled to a discount even if they violate the terms and conditions.
According to Andy Stone, a spokesman for Facebook, the “cross check” software makes extensive use of Facebook for a variety of pages and profiles. This is the second time that a similar account has been considered by the committee. In order to determine whether Facebook is violating its own policies in enforcing them, an investigation should be conducted.
The programme, he went on to say, is utilised to maintain extra vigilance in the case of high-profile or VIP accounts, he explained.
Neymar is a Brazilian footballer who is known for his speed and agility. In the year 2019, he shared a picture of a woman in her underwear. Neymar was accused of rape by a lady. Normally, when you upload such images on Facebook, they are removed almost quickly. However, this is not the case in the case of Neymar. In the end, the film was viewed by 56 million people on social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram.