AstroTurfing

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* [http://techrights.org/2010/05/19/richard-berman-and-consumer-watchdog/ Microsoft AstroTurf May be Linked to the Notorious “Dr. Evil” (Richard Berman) or Grassroots Enterprise]
* [http://techrights.org/2010/05/19/richard-berman-and-consumer-watchdog/ Microsoft AstroTurf May be Linked to the Notorious “Dr. Evil” (Richard Berman) or Grassroots Enterprise]
* [http://techrights.org/2010/08/06/digg-cabals-versus-unix-linux/ How Microsoft/Proprietary Software Bullies Ruined Digg for GNU/Linux]
* [http://techrights.org/2010/08/06/digg-cabals-versus-unix-linux/ How Microsoft/Proprietary Software Bullies Ruined Digg for GNU/Linux]
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* [http://techrights.org/2010/10/13/vista-phone-7-marketing-tactics/ Microsoft Employees Push Vista Phone 7 [sic] in Twitter, Without Disclosure]
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* [http://techrights.org/2010/10/13/vista-phone-7-marketing-tactics/ Microsoft Employees Push Vista Phone 7 {sic} in Twitter, Without Disclosure]
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Revision as of 13:28, 13 October 2010

AstroTurfing is the practice by which a company pretends to have a following but actually fakes it.

Posts on the subject:

Other related pages:

This list is very incomplete, but some of the above cross-references other examples.

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