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ham news sites make big bucks from fake views
by Vivienne Nunis, Technology reporter, BBC News
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30 November 2019
On 30 November 2019 BBC News reported:
Forbes and Business Insider are both well-known news sites. So is forbesbusinessinsider.com a new spin-off? No. It has nothing to do with either Forbes or Business Insider. In fact, it's a site that copies and pastes entire articles from other publishers and reposts them with very slight changes. There are 350 million registered domain names on the internet. Experts say it's impossible to count how many are sham news sites.
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