Facebook has begun on Wednesday to verify the identity of the famous sites in your social network with a blue indicator next to the name of the personality, a system that mimics the one that works on Twitter since June 2009. Facebook promises to take action against violence gender in their social network.
The California company Mark Zuckerberg decided to take sides and to certify who’s who in their heterogeneous social network with over 1,000 million users, which in many cases appropriate the name of people known for their own publications.
“Today we launch verified pages to help people find authentic accounts of celebrities and other high profile people and the business world on Facebook” , said a statement posted on the social network.
This flag is intended for pages and Facebook profiles of celebrities, journalists, representatives of governments, popular brands and businesses that have a large following.
For now, that appears already in differentiating signal the public pages of Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Sofia Vergara, Madonna and Barack Obama, as well as in players like Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Efe could verify.