So I'm supposed to be building servers, but my bosses have basically dumped the management of the company's social networking portfolio in my lap (which, I might add, was not mentioned in the job description or the interview). I really don't want to do it, but I have little choice in the matter. Now for my dilemma. The company has developed software which trawls Facebook for groups related to search terms, and then rips the userIDs of group members. They want me to friend some of these people, with an account they had me set up for a fake company director, and basically fill their feeds with ads for our services and possibly send them messages later on. I said point blank to my boss that this was morally dubious and I would absolutely hate it if someone did it to me. I believe that creating a fake profile violates Facebook's terms of services, but I imagine creating a fake profile for the purpouse of advertising is even worse. I want no part in this, but I need advice on how to tell them that what they want me to do is illegal or otherwise shady.