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Impersonation Detection Feature Safeguards Brands, Personalities from Fake Accounts on Social Media

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Viral Nation_Secure’s impersonation detection feature includes the identification of unsafe social media content such as profanity, hate speech, violence, and nudity across images, videos,and text.

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Canada-based social media marketing transformation, talent, and technology company Viral Nation announced the release of an impersonation protection feature for its Viral Nation_Secure social media monitoring platform.

The company said the enhancement can shield brands, personalities, and society at large from fake accounts.

The feature can detect bogus accounts using proprietary multi-artificial intelligence analysis that includes recognition and detection cognition, and deep analysis. It can perform continuous, concurrent searches across various platforms, labeling and uncovering false accounts while disclosing takedowns to the platforms to protect personal brands and companies' online presence.

The new feature also can identify unsafe social media content like profanity, hate speech, and violence across images, videos, and text, and detect audio copyright infringement, the company said.

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