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Company investigated for selling fake Twitter followers

CAPE TOWN - According to New York’s chief prosecutor, the state is opening an investigation into a firm that allegedly sold millions of fake followers to social media users. The company under investigation is social media marketing company, Devumi. The marketing company is accused of snatching people’s identities. This comes after the New York Times on Saturday published a report on Devumi which includes interviews from people who allege their account details and profile pictures had been copied to create realistic “bots”.
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