Figure of the Week: 10

Figure of the Week: 10

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has seen a coordinated disinformation campaign targeting its referendum on changing the name of the country, and some fingers are pointing in Moscow’s direction.

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This is not a Threat

This is not a Threat

The Kremlin says that opposition politician Alexey Navalny was not threatened by National Guard commander Viktor Zolotov.

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Figure of the Week: 20

Figure of the Week: 20

Facebook’s “War Room” will use specially designed software to spot and track unusual activity flowing across the social network during election periods in different countries.

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Figure of the Week: 100

Figure of the Week: 100

British news outlets have republished tweets from Russian trolls more than 100 times, according to an investigation by the Guardian.

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Figure of the Week: 50

Figure of the Week: 50

Two respected French government think tanks have issued 50 recommendations to combat “information manipulations.”

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