Facebook Fraud (by Veritasium)

"Sites like these use clickfarms in developing countries like India, the Philippines, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Indonesia and Bangladesh. Here, employees are routinely paid just 1 dollar per thousand clicks of the like button."

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  1. internettheincredible reblogged this from new-aesthetic
  2. almostinfamous reblogged this from conscientious and added:
    click-farms. mechanical turks. who says we aren’t living in the matrix?
  3. alkarinque reblogged this from slavin
  4. unfurling reblogged this from kenyatta and added:
    cool beans. (would a bot say that? ;)
  5. thisl00kslikemurder reblogged this from victyrion
  6. victyrion reblogged this from ryanbeckenbaugh
  7. ryanbeckenbaugh reblogged this from new-aesthetic
  8. killeryellow reblogged this from conscientious
  9. shashashasha reblogged this from slavin
  10. villasukat reblogged this from slavin and added:
    something inexplicably surreal about this.
  11. dangeraptor reblogged this from new-aesthetic and added:
    interesting idea. except i cant help but wonder if the actual thing going on is even weirder than this guys hypothesis.
  12. virtualschnaps reblogged this from new-aesthetic
  13. avventurosa reblogged this from jesuisperdu
  14. djtoe reblogged this from advancedsystemsarray
  15. sanssavoir reblogged this from jesuisperdu and added:
    mindblown; but not surprised
  16. imdwss reblogged this from jesuisperdu
  17. youmeandmyapi reblogged this from slavin and added:
    Unsettling.
  18. designculturemind reblogged this from new-aesthetic and added:
    Facebook Fraud (by Veritasium) "Sites like these use clickfarms in developing countries like India, the Philippines,...
  19. hawktrainer reblogged this from jesuisperdu