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Battling Bots: How to Find Fake Twitter Followers
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muneebkhatri
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10/28/2018 | 5:47:50 AM
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Joe Stanganelli,
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10/26/2018 | 10:33:21 PM
Fake unique profiles
> "However, creating unique profiles is harder than generating random usernames."

Sure, but maybe not that much harder.

Just throw a bunch of self-designations and cliches into a program, and have it randomly spit out a few.

Example: "Marketing enthusiast, dad of 3, professional cat herder, Giants fan. Tweets are my own."
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10/24/2018 | 10:28:22 AM
I thought they just declare every conservative account is fake
ooops, I guess that will get me booted...
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10/23/2018 | 5:19:48 PM
Fake twitter sccount
We all know that how social media is impacting everyone nowadays and twitter is one of the biggest platforms to make any statement to the world. There are many fake twitter accounts also and that has to be recognized and the given details here really making a point of out of that. 

Dell error code 2000-0142 is really supporting that.
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