So we all know if you create new accounts and follow too many people a day you get banned. Pretty simple. But what happens if you try and simulate the user activity of many single users through one IP such as a small social media company or a school. So you'd simply create 2/3 accounts per day from the same IP (which you can do if spaced out) then simply follow 20-30 people each day from each account. Now do this over 100 IP addresses and the math after a month looks something like. 300 accounts created per day * 30 days = 9,000 accounts 9,000 accounts following 30 people a day = 270,000 follows per day. 10% follow back rate is 27,000 followers per day. Anyone tried anything like this before?