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Protesters gather in Hong Kong's Victoria Park on Sunday. Protesters gather in Hong Kong's Victoria Park on Sunday. Earlier this month, Chinese state media launched a domestic blitz depicting the Hong Kong protests as riots funded by the CIA. China-linked social media accounts then flooded Twitter and Facebook with thousands of pro-Beijing posts and targeted advertisements. Social media companies are now pushing back.
President Donald Trump, as we know, enjoys inflating the size of crowds. The president implied he had more than 100 million social media followers in a tweet on Friday morning and, well, that's... (almost certainly) not true, unless he's counting several government accounts. SEE ALSO: Trumpniks have no defense for the James Comey mess, so duh, they're blaming the media The Fake News Media hates when I use what has turned out to be my very powerful Social Media - over 100 million people! Trump's biggest following comes from his personal Twitter account, which sits at 32.4 million followers as of this writing. Other personal social media accounts include... Add them up, and you get about 63 million followers.
There is a wide disparity in the popularity of the social networking accounts of Tokyo gubernatorial election candidates, depending apparently on when each contender joined the race. Both the ruling and the opposition parties only officially approved their candidates a few days before the campaign for the July 31 election officially kicked off Thursday. As of 1 p.m. Friday, former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike, who first announced her intention to run in the election late last month, had over 190,000 followers on Twitter and was "liked" by roughly 20,000 users on Facebook. Her posts on SNS include links to videos of her news conferences and stump speeches streamed live via the Niconico website. Corporate executive Takashi Uesugi, a former journalist, exceeds Koike on Twitter with roughly 320,000 followers.
In the summer of 2015, the game designer Bennett Foddy and I were sloshing down cocktails while waiting for prime dry-aged rib-eye steaks in Midtown Manhattan. We weren't living large, exactly, but we did pause to assess our rising professional fortunes. Among them, both of us seemed to be blowing up on Twitter. "Where did all these followers come from?" We'd both added tens of thousands of apparent fans over the previous year or so.