Following the introduction of verified pages to ensure users are viewing the actual person or brand rather than fake parody pages of profiles by Twitter, Facebook as also announced its readiness to for suit.
According to the company the Verified Pages belong to a small group of prominent public figures (celebrities, journalists, government officials, popular brands and businesses) with large audiences. This update is rolling out to profiles as well.
“We verify profiles or Pages to help you be sure that they are who they claim to be. Keep in mind that not all authentic profiles and Pages are verified and that you can’t request to have your profile or Page verified”, a statement by the social media site reads.