Do remember the days of old, when people would have astronomically high myspace friends and plays on their music players? Well apparently the time has come when one of the electronic industry standards for sharing music online can now be gamed for as little as $10. Once thought of as a true barometer of how one’s music was being received, it appears that it too has fallen victim to suspicious marketing antics designed to create the appearance of wider acceptance than what would would be possible through normal means. Let’s hope their engineers close this loophole soon.
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