From using renowned personalities and twisting their own messages, to selective reporting – here are the new examples of well-known disinformation tactics, applied to EU elections.
Who needs political reporting when you can have conspiracy theories? Gazprom’s NTV shows the way.
Three victims of online disinformation speak out, sharing their personal experiences of facing online and off-line harassment and threats.
Kremlin attempts at election meddling in Europe started as far back as 2014, research by Cardiff University’s Crime and Security Research Institute shows.
When things go South: a story of a Russian site that really really doesn’t want you to know it’s Russian.
Russian state media is stirring up fear about 5G technology in the West to decrease public support and give Russia the advantage.