Figure of the Week: 9

Figure of the Week: 9

Russian hackers were likely behind a series of crippling cyberattacks against at least nine Swedish media outlets in 2016, according to a newly released U.S. State Department cable.

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Figure of the Week: 32

Figure of the Week: 32

On 31 July Facebook announced that they had removed 32 pages and accounts from their platforms for “coordinated and inauthentic behaviour.”

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Figure of the Week: $400 Million

Figure of the Week: $400 Million

Last week, a series of articles was published in the U.S. media relating to a $400-million donation allegedly made by U.S.-born financier Bill Browder to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election campaign. The claim proved “completely without evidence.”

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Figure of the Week: 4

Figure of the Week: 4

It’s been four years since flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board. Since the tragedy, pro-Kremlin media and trolls have worked tirelessly to undermine the investigation and shift the blame onto Ukraine.

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