Facebook’s social media team is having a hard time sorting out a problem with the way the site handles negative reviews.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the company is currently “considering a ban on negative reviews, and other measures to curb the impact of fake accounts on Facebook.”
Facebook said in a statement to the WSJ that it “is working closely with social media regulators to improve our practices to combat this problem, and we are continuing to review existing practices to improve them for future reviews.”
The WSJ reports that Facebook is “concerned about the impact fake accounts have on people’s trust in our product and community.”
Facebook also said that it is “committed to preventing abuse of our community.”
It’s unclear whether the company plans to implement a ban, or if it is simply concerned about the issue.
Facebook’s general counsel, Colin Stretch, told the WSJP that “there’s a lot of discussion” about the problem, but that “we’re not going to go into details.”
The WSJ report comes on the heels of Facebook suspending hundreds of thousands of accounts on Friday amid a wave of fake news and misinformation.
The social network said that this was an “isolated issue.”