We are living in a time when a person is judged by his or her likes and followers on various social media platforms. A true Black Mirror-like scenario. Many users and companies aspire to have a huge fan following on social media and want the number of ‘Likes’, 'Views' and 'Subscriptions' to keep pouring in. In a latest revelation by The New York Times, people are also selling fake views on YouTube and earning massive amounts of money on the back of video views generated by bots.
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