Figure of the Week: $45

Figure of the Week: $45

Building a botnet, a network of automated social media accounts used to spread disinformation, is cheap. A few hundred US dollars is all it costs to create a Twitter bot army.

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Movie Classic “Gone With The Wind” Banned in the US!

Movie Classic “Gone With The Wind” Banned in the US!

No, no one has really banned this famous historical romance film set in the American Civil war. What we see is just another example of taking an element of truth from a story, detaching it from all necessary context, and hiding it in a pile of nonsense.

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We have a new website

We have a new website

Today we launch our new website www.euvsdisinfo.eu, providing you with a single resource on addressing the challenge of pro-Kremlin disinformation, in the form of: attractive and clear design interactive statistics new layout for the #DisinfoReview searchable database...

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Three things you should know about RT and Sputnik

Three things you should know about RT and Sputnik

RT (Russia Today) and Sputnik are the two foreign language flagships of Russia's campaign to influence international public opinion. Both outlets present themselves as media that provide alternative views to the mainstream in international news reporting. However,...

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Shock! Conspiracy! Chemical Attack!

Shock! Conspiracy! Chemical Attack!

As we have pointed out on many occasions, the pro-Kremlin outlets love conspiracies. And the more shocking these conspiracies are, the better they serve the purposes of the disinformation campaign. For understandable reasons, the most shocking conspiracies include stories about violent death.

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