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Facebook has 800MM users. Out of these 800MM "users", how many are duplicate (or triplicate), fake, dummy, inactive, decoy, stolen IDs, non-users (e.g. a book) and other artificial accounts? How do you go about estimating this proportion? My guess is that less than 50% are unique, real, "non-dead" users (by "non-dead", I mean users with at least one activity over the last 6 months - such as logon…
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