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Fake Twitter Followers Vanish Amid Inquiries

This weekend the New York Times published an investigation called The Follower Factory, a story naming names of those who pay for Twitter followers. Now comes the fallout. The Chicago Sun-Times issued a statement saying that film critic Richard Roeper is under investigation. "We became aware over the weekend of issues relating to Rich Roeper's Twitter account," the statement reads.
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