Since its illegal annexation in 2014, Russian authorities have tried hard to restore Crimea’s image as a holiday hotspot — including by faking tourism statistics.
Although Russian internet trolls actively seek to manipulate audiences at home, a new study shows that their influence campaigns are much more effective in the United States than in Russia.
Britain has charged two Russian military intelligence officers with poisoning former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, but only a fraction of Russians pin the blame on their country’s secret services.
Three pro-Kremlin trolls have received prison sentences and fines for harassing Jessikka Aro, a Finnish journalist investigating Russia’s army of Internet trolls.
9 Norwegian individuals, disregarding advice from their government, went on a private trip to the Russia-annexed Ukrainian peninsula.
The StopFake team look backs and analyses the first three years of its operations.