Kiran Rao, film director and wife of superstar Aamir Khan, has lodged a complaint with Cyber Crime police station at Bandra Kurla Complex against an unidentified person, who has created her fake Facebook account and impersonating her on social media. Also Read - Happy Friendship Day 2021: How to send Friendship Day wishes Stickers on WhatsAppAlso Read - Facebook is finally bringing 'smart glasses' in collaboration with Ray-Ban
Rao, 42, registered the complaint yesterday and said that the impersonator has uploaded her picture on Facebook and is also chatting with her friends and family members, police said. A case has been registered in this connection and probe initiated, they said, refusing to divulge further details.
According to a new research, social networking giant Facebook will become the world s biggest virtual graveyard by the end of this century as there will be more profiles of dead people than of living users. This will happen because the website refuses to delete dead users and instead turns the account into a memorialized version.
Recently a US man was jailed after he created a parody Facebook account of police department of Parma city in Ohio and posted derogatory and inflammatory information, a media report said. Anthony C. Novak, 27, was arrested for allegedly creating a parody Facebook account of the Parma Police Department.
With additional inputs