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July 29, 2019
Our Take: In testimony to Congress last week, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller highlighted the scope of the threat posed by Russian interference, Director Laura Rosenberger emphasized for NPR and in Just Security. On NPR’s All Things Considered, Non-Resident Fellow Clint Watts argued that the erosion and subversion of our democracy is Putin’s long-term goal. On MSNBC, Watts urged the U.S. to secure its […]
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April 2019, The Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Directoratehttp://www.law.gov or https://fas.org/irp/eprint/lloc-fake-news.pdf This report examines the legal approaches of fifteen countries, representing all regions of the world, to the emerging problem of manipulation with “fake news” using mass and social media, especially the impact of fake news on ongoing political processes and elections, and […]
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Startups and government agencies are researching ways to combat doctored images ahead of the 2020 election Abigail Summerville, July 27th 2019, Wall Street Journal Startup companies, government agencies and academics are racing to combat so-called deepfakes, amid fears that doctored videos and photographs will be used to sow discord ahead of next year’s U.S. presidential […]
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