Twitter’s @MagicRecs account is a great way of finding new people to follow – so good, in fact, that its recommendation technology has been built into the company’s official mobile apps. However, twice in the past few days it’s notified me about fake accounts.
On Saturday, it was an account (since suspended by Twitter) purporting to be run by controversial Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre, and today it was one supposedly belonging to Private Eye editor Ian Hislop (debunked by the magazine’s own Twitter account). In both cases, @MagicRecs’ DMs provided ‘social proof” for the supposed veracity of these accounts in the form of people who I respect having recently followed them.
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