The identified Russian accounts are just “the tip of the iceberg” in a large-scale Russian campaign to influence British voters.
Russian editors attend weekly meetings where the Kremlin hands down political guidelines for next week’s media narrative.
To prevent the facts from reaching the international audience, Russia launched and developed two disinformation campaigns on Salisbury poisoning and chemical attack in Douma.
In the run up to Swedish elections in September, five media companies have launched a fact check cooperation.
Things did not work out quite as planned when NTV’s story, like a boomerang, reached Danish audiences.
Sputnik wants Moldovans to believe they are turning up their noses at EU citizenship, and it’s distorting statistics to push this falsehood.