Twitter Genocide: Check If Your Precious Followers Were Killed Too

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New York Times article a number of followers of famous people on Twitter dropped unexpectedly. Twitter started “punishing” those, who used Devumi to get new fake followers.

Read the details on Nexter.org.

Devumi bot service

A special service “Devumi” provides fake Twitter accounts to increase the number of your followers.

The investigation conducted by NYT made Twitter rethink their actions and concentrate power on deleting of fake accounts.

If you’ve ever purchased bots form Devumi, you would have probably lost thousands of subscribers.

In some cases, Twitter has been deleting fakes with regards to Russian propaganda bots.

Recently, the company also announced 49-year-old Noto would be a chief executive officer and a member of the So-Fi board of directors since March 1. It was considered to be a bad sign for a financially struggling company.

But it seems that Twitter got all the problems handled.

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Some of the influential celebs make jokes, some are really surprised by this incident:

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New York Times article a number of followers of famous people on Twitter dropped unexpectedly. Twitter started “punishing” those, who used Devumi to get new fake followers.
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