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February 2019
Dispatch from the Alliance for Securing Democracy Our Take:Updates to the Alliance for Securing Democracy’s Authoritarian Interference Tracker highlight Russian state-sponsored media outlets’ efforts to discredit adversaries and to manipulate […]
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Former Fox News reporter named to lead counter-propaganda efforts at State By Kylie Atwood, Michelle Kosinski, and Jennifer Hansler, CNN, February 7th, 2019 The State Department on Thursday announced that […]
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Trends in the Diffusion of Misinformation on Social Media Three researchers, Allcott, Hunt & Gentzkow, Matthew & Yu, Chuan just published this article. The authors took a look at 569 […]
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Case Studies of Malicious Social Media Use BBC Monitoring tracks thousands of international media outlets, including hard-to-reach broadcast sources, to report news from and about the world’s media and social […]
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Active Measures #23 – A Newsletter of Political Warfare, Influence, and Information Campaigns Here are the top stories seen this week: Say it with Statues:  Brick-and-Mortar Revisionism in Orban’s Hungary […]
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CNO Wants More Cyber, IW in Navy’s Wargames Paul McLeary, February 6th, 2019, Breaking Defense The Navy needs to increase both the number and complexity of its wargames, the service’s […]
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Countering the Malicious Use of Social Media NATO’s Center for Excellence for Strategic Communication Read the Report here Around the turn of the decade, when the popularity of social media […]
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Fake news: How Lithuania’s ‘elves’ take on Russian trolls Michael Peel, Financial Times, February 4th, 2019 The article is linked above. Several highlights: – Lithuania’s defence ministry monitors how content […]
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Weekly round-up of cognitive security-related articles from the New York Times. Foreign Efforts to Influence 2018 U.S. Elections on Twitter ‘Limited’: Company Reuters in the New York Times, January 31st, 2019 Twitter […]
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Weekly round-up of cognitive security-related articles from the Washington Post. Twitter removed some accounts originating in Iran, Russia and Venezuela that targeted U.S. midterm election Tony Romm, Washington Post, January 31st, 2019 […]
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