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The revelation come in the most recent edition of c't computer magazine, which reports that the company has been pulling the trick for at least two years.
The magazine claims to have been shown documents which prove the claim.
An estimated 5-6% of all Facebook accounts are fake.
Fake autogenerated profiles offer the creators of those the possibility of spamming your wall with weird content and also bloat the number of fans for certain pages.