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Fake stats According to Zhang Yi, who runs a research group that consists of a dedicated team studying China’s social media statistics through big data, fake data — page views achieved via machines and manual labor — in We Chat’s advertising space is another issue that version 7.0 has yet to resolve — or even try to.
Pumping followers on social media is hardly a China-only phenomenon.
She said that was one of the reasons why articles like Mi Meng’s could garner so much attention and controversy.
We Chat amplifies messages, in the form of articles, within one’s friends on the App, which is dangerous when those messages are not accurate.
“It will take a long time for users to get used to them.” Perpetuating misinformation Readership of We Chat articles has been going down since 2016.
The American dating app “Seeking Arrangement” has become a surprise overnight success in China, topping the charts this week for the most recent downloads of a free social networking app on China’s i OS app store, surpassing even We Chat itself.It was the need for more traffic that provided the impetus for the Top Stories section.But the readership boost comes with an increased risk of perpetuating misinformation.Last month, he wrote about Nancy Pelosi’s election as the Speaker of the House of Representatives. “Wow” (好看 hǎokàn) and “Top Stories” (看一看 kàn yī kàn) were two features launched last December as part of We Chat 7.0, and they are altering the way users use the platform. Then, at the very bottom of the article, he wrote a line that never would have appeared just two months prior: “May I bother everyone to click on ‘Wow’ on the bottom right corner?
Part of the problem is, misinformation is profitable.