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'Fake follower' factory Devumi denies NYT exposé on shady practices

Twitter board member Martha Lane Fox didn't deny having fake followers on the company's network after a New York Times investigation exposed her. She blamed it on a "rogue employee." But in regards to the actual company that supplied her with fake followers, Devumi is denying such shadiness and claiming the New York Times report is "inaccurate." The denial arrived six days after the investigation published.
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