Facebook: 83 million fake Facebook accounts to be disabled
Facebook is a popular social networking tool for people to connect with one another.
But if you are one of those people who have created an account for Fluffy or Fido or your baby, the network can disable your account.
The reason: It violates terms of service.
The networking sites says there are 83 million of these accounts, which accounts for about 8 percent of all users.
And while some are innocent, some have a malicious intent.
According to Facebook's terms of service, users are not allowed to have more than one personal account or make one on someone's behalf.
If Facebook does shut down your account, it says you cannot create a new one without the company's permission.