If you’re trying to get to grips with the social media platform, then it’s likely you’ve seen an Instagram-style account in the news.

Now there’s a new way of doing so, but the way it works isn’t all that different to what you’d get on Facebook.

The concept of fake accounts was first revealed last year by the Indian government.

The government said it was trying to tackle fake accounts by banning the use of fake email addresses, but it didn’t specify how or when it would happen.

The idea behind a fake account is to use a different name to get around these restrictions.

If you use an alias or fake phone number to register an account, then people will see you as a real person, and you can interact with them on social media.

If the alias or phone number is registered, you can access their profile, but your interactions are restricted to those using the alias and not the real person.

It’s the same approach used by Instagram.

It’s not just that the company is trying to crack down on fake accounts, but that it is trying something different.

For example, if you want to post a photo, but don’t have a phone number, then you can simply create a fake phone call to the person.

The government said the goal was to crack a loophole in the existing rules to allow more access to the internet.

“If the fake account can be registered on the account holder’s mobile phone and you want access to their profile on the social networking platform, you have to give that information to the mobile operator,” said the ministry of telecom and IT.

“The SIM card or mobile phone can’t be used for any other purpose.”

To make it work, the government needs to know who the account is and the identity of the account owner.

But the problem is that the government doesn’t have enough information to do this.

It doesn’t know the full name of the owner, the identity and the address of the person behind the account, for example.

It also doesn’t seem to know how many fake accounts exist on the platform.

Facebook also hasn’t released any numbers or other information on how many people are using the fake accounts.

But Facebook has said it knows of at least 10,000 accounts with a combined membership of over 10 million.

So what does the government need to do to crack the problem?

The government is trying a number of different approaches to crack this problem.

It says it is working on legislation to allow for a wider range of online services to be offered by mobile operators and to introduce more user-controlled features such as geo-location.