FourFourFive article Two months ago, Facebook said it was taking steps to address the problem of spam and spam accounts.
A few months ago Facebook also introduced a new tool called the “sender bot,” which was designed to flag accounts that were not following its guidelines.
However, the spam bot still remains a popular target for Facebook users.
A new study from the University of Florida says that the spambot has been growing more popular, even among those who use Facebook for work.
The study found that while the spambots were more popular among those that used Facebook for business or entertainment, they were less popular among non-business users.
A recent survey of more than 2,000 Facebook users found that around one-third of respondents said they had been spammed by spam on their account.
This data was from a survey of Facebook users between July 1 and September 9, 2017.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the findings by stating that he is working on a new program to help combat spam on Facebook, but he did not provide any details about what this program will look like.
The researchers said they expect the new program will be in place by mid-November.
Read more about spam bots here: Facebook bot spam report: Facebook bot spammers growing