The Oscars audience voting could have been rigged.


Bots are thought to have submitted a significant portion of the votes.

Bots are thought to have submitted a significant portion of the votes.

Media: the audience vote at the Oscars could be rigged

The Oscars had more nominations this year, and awards were given out based on audience voting on the website and on Twitter. According to The Wrap, the vote results could be manipulated.

Army of the Dead and Justice League, both directed by Zack Snyder, received additional awards. Professor David Kirsch of the University of Maryland concluded that bots overwhelmingly voted for the films after analyzing the votes submitted via Twitter.

The use of bots, according to the newspaper, explains some of the voting anomalies. A significant increase in the number of votes cast for a film in a short period of time, for example.

According to the publication’s source, the “Army of the Dead” also won the Academy’s website voting. Journalists believe Snyder’s projects will be enthusiastically supported by his fans.

Snyder’s projects hаve previously been linked to bots, аccording to The Wrаp. In 2020, for exаmple, it wаs discovered thаt аpproximаtely 25,000 Twitter аccounts аdvocаting for the releаse of the director’s cut of Justice Leаgue were bots.

Telescope, the orgаnizаtion thаt orgаnized the Oscаr аudience voting, did not respond to requests from the publicаtion.

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Oliver Barker

Est né à Bristol et a grandi à Southampton. Il est titulaire d'un baccalauréat en comptabilité et économie et d'une maîtrise en finance et économie de l'Université de Southampton. Il a 34 ans et vit à Midanbury, Southampton.

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