Facebook disabled more than 1.3 billion fake accounts among October and December 2020. That is only one of the details the organization featured in a blog entry on Monday specifying its endeavors to battle falsehood in front of a House hearing on the point not long from now. Facebook has more than 35,000 working on handling falsehood on its foundation, as per the blog entry. The informal organization said it's additionally eliminated in excess of 12 million bits of substance with falsehood about COVID-19 and immunizations with assistance from its AI frameworks, and that in the course of recent years, it's taken out more than 100 organizations of facilitated inauthentic conduct from its foundation. Also Read: A safe version of Instagram "In spite of these endeavors, there are some who accept that we have a monetary interest in deliberately ignoring deception," composed Facebook Vice President Guy Rosen in the blog entry, which was additionally distributed in Morning Consult. "The inverse is valid. We have each inspiration to keep deception off of our applications and we've found a way numerous ways to do as such to the detriment of client development and commitment." Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is among the tech chiefs set to affirm on Thursday during a legislative hearing zeroed in on the spread of deception on online stages. Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will likewise affirm during the distant joint hearing held by the subcommittees for Communications and Technology and for Consumer Protection and Commerce.