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Celebrities pay for fake followers on social media | Money Talks

Justin Bieber has nearly 50,000,000 Twitter followers and Kim Kardashian has more than 100,000,000 on Instagram. But how many of those followers are real? As the New York Times reports, one US company is selling fake social media followers to those who want to boost their online popularity. The company is now being investigated. We are joined by Richard Jaroslovsky, Vice President of SmartNews and technology columnist for observer.com, from San Francisco.

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Why you should delete your social media accounts

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A fake Mark Zuckerberg video is still on Instagram

A fake Mark Zuckerberg video is still on Instagram

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In Uganda, people will have to pay a tax to use their social media

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Africa Matters: Kenya - Elections and Expectations

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Four Palestinians killed in Israeli raid in occupied West Bank

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Africa Matters: Nigerian bakeries below the breadline

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Africa Matters: Kenya votes in hope of change

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Africa Matters: DRC - Failing to Keep the Peace

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Kenya vote clouded by fears of unrest

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The World Health Organization has declared monkeypox a public health emergency

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Africa Matters: Nigerian education on the brink

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