Wissam Al Mana VS Facebook
The famous billionaire Wissam Al Mana who is also the ex-husband of Janet Jackson is taking the social media giant Facebook into the court demanding the tech company to disclose the real identity of the person who placed fake ads about him.
A High Court Judge has asked both the representatives of Facebook and billionaire Al Mana that they should together solve this issue and whatever differences they have over his application regarding the information and identity of the person who ran the fake ads about him.
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The matter of “fake ads”
According to Wissam Al Mana, an unknown person used his name and image to run a fake ads campaign linked with a bitcoin scheme. He claimed that these fake ads appeared on the social media platform and that anonymous person used “the Facebook Ads Tool” for this purpose.
Explaining the matter, he said that these fake ads involved a fake news article that connected him directly with a crypto auto-trading program known as “Bitcoin Trader”.
However, these fake ads had been immediately deleted as soon as they received the complaints from the representatives of Al Mana.
Al Mana’s representatives want a court order
According to the report of the Irish Times, the lawyers of Wissam Al Mana have now requested the High Court for a court order that will force the technology company Facebook to unveils the identity of the anonymous advertiser.
According to the report of the Irish Times, these are the details that Al Mana wants Facebook to reveal:
“He wants Facebook to provide information including their names and addresses, emails and phone numbers, details concerning the advertisers IP addresses, payment methods and billing address, and their business names.”
The reason behind compelling Facebook to reveal the identity of the unknown advertiser is that the Billionaire Wissam Al Mana does not want his name and image to be used again in such kinds of fake ads in the future. Therefore, he is seriously concerned with this matter.