As concern grows over social media’s role in helping spread disinformation, Facebook pledges to have 20,000 employees monitoring harmful content on its platform by the end of the 2018.
Thirteen Russian citizens have been criminally charged in the United States for conspiring to “sow discord in the U.S. political system,” including the 2016 presidential election.
Russia may be cutting spending on healthcare and education, but its state-run media have never been in better shape.
Kyiv doesn’t have a single Russian-language school: this recent “news” is based entirely on false claims and a mysterious Excel sheet.
In the run-up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, automated accounts linked to Russia shared Donald Trump’s Twitter posts almost 470,000 times but gave Hillary Clinton almost 10 times fewer retweets.
A Russian television report used fake figures to inflate Moscow’s role as a regional importer and claim that the EU is snubbing Moldovan exports.