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Social media's black market

An NYT investigation reveals that many celebrities, athletes and politicians have bought 'fake' Twitter followers. Devumi, an American company, has sold over 200 million followers, retweets and likes to customers that want to increase their online popularity, promote advertising or even reshape political debate.

Celebrities pay for fake followers on social media | Money Talks

Celebrities pay for fake followers on social media | Money Talks

Roundtable: Identity theft

Roundtable: Identity theft

Roundtable: Has identity theft reached epidemic levels?

Roundtable: Has identity theft reached epidemic levels?

NewsFeed: Kremlin critic journalist stages his murder

NewsFeed: Kremlin critic journalist stages his murder

UK's Cambridge University returns looted Benin Bronze sculpture

UK's Cambridge University returns looted Benin Bronze sculpture

Syrian family grows orchard in war zone

Syrian family grows orchard in war zone

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange fights US efforts to extradite him

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange fights US efforts to extradite him

World not doing enough to rein in climate crisis

World not doing enough to rein in climate crisis

France displays Benin artefacts before returning them

France displays Benin artefacts before returning them

Boycott calls as China readies for Winter Olympics

Boycott calls as China readies for Winter Olympics

International community reacts to takeover by generals in Sudan

International community reacts to takeover by generals in Sudan

Erdogan and Aliyev attend opening ceremony of Fuzuli Airport

Erdogan and Aliyev attend opening ceremony of Fuzuli Airport

Sudan Military Coup: Army chief defends coup while protests continue for second day

Sudan Military Coup: Army chief defends coup while protests continue for second day

World reacts to military coup in Sudan

World reacts to military coup in Sudan

Azerbaijan to unveil new airport

Azerbaijan to unveil new airport

UN: More than half of Afghans likely to face food shortages

UN: More than half of Afghans likely to face food shortages

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