I think if both parties opt in, then automation is ok with follows.  but I
would like others feedback on that too..

2010/1/28 DenisioDelBoro <alya...@gmail.com>

> On 28 янв, 06:42, Ken Dobruskin <k...@cimas.ch> wrote:
> > When I am followed by a bot, or even a human who has no actual interest
> in my tweets but is only trying for a follow back, I regard it as an
> unsolicited message.
> > This happens way too much and as a victim, I don't care if it's been done
> "massively". Spam is spam and fake following - on whatever scale - not only
> uses resources but complicates analysis of the social network. Twitter has
> allowed the follow mechanism to be repurposed as a simple attention grabbing
> measure, but they tell us that the rules will evolve. It is also within
> their power to keep the bot armies at bay.
>
> Who's talking about bots following real people here?
>



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