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At least at the moment, early data suggests Twitter being sold to Elon Musk is having an actual effect on the makeup of Twitter's user base. Christopher Bouzy, a data scientist who runs the bot tracker Bot Sentinel, tweeted that prominent Democratic politicians have lost followers in the last 24 hours, while prominent Republican politicians have gained followers. More >>
Vice News (Apr 26, 2022)
Although Sussex fans have raised questions for years about why anti-Meghan accounts were platformed and monetized, the scrutiny of royal YouTube picked up steam in January, when social media analytics company Bot Sentinel published a report examining anti-Meghan content across various online platforms. The report was the third in a series about what the company dubbed “single-purpose hate accounts,” profiles that appeared to only be on the internet to attack a certain individual — in this case, the Duchess of Sussex. More >>
BuzzFeed News (Apr 16, 2022)
“I would argue there would be a negative impact on democracies worldwide if someone like Elon Musk owned Twitter,” says Christopher Bouzy, founder of Bot Sentinel, a service that tracks inauthentic behavior on Twitter. More >>
Wired (Apr 14, 2022)
Bouzy, 46, is the New York–based founder of Bot Sentinel, a site that tracks social media accounts it believes spread hate. In January 2022, Bot Sentinel released a report estimating that the three largest anti-Markle YouTube channels earn nearly half a million dollars combined from YouTube AdSense revenue More >>
Input Magazine (Apr 11, 2022)
“Are there risks?” asks Christopher Bouzy, founder of Bot Sentinel, a service that tracks inauthentic behavior on Twitter. “Absolutely. It could change the context of a tweet.” More >>
Wired (Apr 07, 2022)
Meghan has long been a target for trolls and virulent online abuse, and last year the data analytics firm Bot Sentinel pointed out that about 70% of the abuse came from only 83 single-topic anti-Sussex accounts. More >>
Vanity Fair (Mar 14, 2022)
Just last week, Bot Sentinel published a report about the "coordinated hate campaign targeting Harry and Meghan." The 53-page report covers Twitter conversations, single-purpose accounts, manipulating hashtags and Amazon reviews, and other methods of hate campaigns against the royal couple, including targets against women of color. More >>
Fox News (Jan 26, 2022)
In a research conducted by Bot Sentinel, a data analytics service, it was reported that three anti-Meghan YouTube channels managed to accumulate a total of 497 million views which also translated into millions of pounds in revenue. More >>
Geo News (Jan 21, 2022)
A new report by an anti-trolling group has claimed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been the subject of a money-making hate campaign by a group of 'mostly women' More >>
Daily Star (Jan 21, 2022)
That malaise continues into the present day, as the final report in a series of three by data analytics service Bot Sentinel, published on January 18, claims that Meghan was (and is) the victim of a targeted “hate-for-profit enterprise.” More >>
ELLE (Jan 19, 2022)