There has been plenty of talk about gaming Digg, but Wired News finally took the plunge.
All it took to manipulate Digg to feature a story on the service's front page was $450, the publication found. The funds were paid to the User/Submitter service about which we reported earlier. The site claims will pay random users to vote on stories, making both parties a handy penny.
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