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Facebook is making two-factor a requirement for some Page managers

[2018-08-11 11:46:26]

Facebook, as part of its growing efforts of transparency, is rolling out a new verification process to confirm that those who run Pages are who they say they are. Facebook announced the new process on its Facebook Business blog…

Facebook is making two-factor a requirement for some Page managers


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