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June 2019
Ben Raderstorf and Michael Camilleri, June 2019https://www.thedialogue.org/analysis/online-disinformation-in-the-united-states/ The 2016 presidential election in the United States was arguably the event that saw the issue of online disinformation erupt into the public […]
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David A. Graham, June 7th 2019, The Atlantichttps://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/06/fake-news-republicans-democrats/591211/?utm_source=pocket-newtabc The rise of fake news in the American popular consciousness is one of the remarkable growth stories in recent years—a dizzying climb […]
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The Technology 202: New video editing technology raises disinformation worries Cat Zakrzewski, June 10th 2019, Washington Post A new algorithm developed by Stanford University engineers is putting the spotlight on […]
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The Making of a YouTube Radical Kevin Roose, June 8th 2019, New York Times Caleb Cain pulled a Glock pistol from his waistband, took out the magazine and casually tossed […]
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Our Take Political campaigns lack the necessary resources and expertise to defend against cyberattacks, ASD Director Laura Rosenberger said to the New York Times. The US-China “tech cold war” puts […]
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Russia Unhappy With HBO’s ‘Chernobyl,’ Russia is Planning Its Own Series — Blaming The CIA | Kyle Swenson  | Washington Post Pro-Kremlin Media Capitalize on NATO Soldier’s Blunder | Digital Forensics Research […]
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Chris Zappone, May 31st 2019, The Agehttps://www.theage.com.au/world/asia/facebook-groups-used-to-promote-china-s-belt-and-road-in-the-west-20190530-p51slm.html The groups publicise stories around China’s plan for global economic integration while criticising the Western rule-based order, sometimes using Russian-backed media. The group […]
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Bethany Allen-Ebrahiniam and Zach Dorfman, May 20th 2019, Defense One https://www.defenseone.com/threats/2019/05/china-has-been-running-global-influence-campaigns-years/157124/ Pro-China protests ahead of the 2008 Beijing Olympics were orchestrated by Chinese officials. The world thought they were a […]
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Cade Metz and Scott Blumenthal, June 7th 2019, New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/06/07/technology/ai-text-disinformation.html In 2017, an online disinformation campaign spread against the “White Helmets,” claiming that the group of aid volunteers […]
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InfoAccessFund.Org is open for business.  Organizations interested in countering state-sponsored disinformation are invited to apply for access to the website www.infoaccessfund.org in order to see the current Notice of Funding […]
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