Chinese Click Farm for Fake APP Ratings on mobile Apps

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+1 1. Abdullah54 commented 87 days ago

The only thing missing is demostration or explanation how it works.
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0 3. snotraddict commented 83 days ago

These cell phones are being abused. Look at how small their workspaces are and the hours they toil away just to enrich someone. Where are the activists?>:)

#1 "To give you a general definition of clicks farms, they can be defined as:

An undercover operation in which individuals fraudulently interact with a website to artificially boost the status of a client’s website, product or service.

This basically means that somewhere in the world there are people that work behind closed doors fraudulently promoting other peoples products and services for a fee. Since the definition is fairly broad, this means that the fraudulent activity can take place on almost any platform although the most popular ones are Facebook and Instagram. It doesn’t matter if the group is selling Facebook likes of Twitter followers, they’re all classed as click farms."