<< Russia exploited social media platforms to target and engage U.S. military veterans and active-duty troops with anti-government propaganda, conspiracy theories, and other disinformation, according to a new study.
The research, published Monday by Oxford University’s Computational Propaganda Project, traced the reach of three websites with clear links to the Russian government. >>
The paper is here:
I'd love to know RVAwonk's source for this image, because it's not the paper.
@natecull I thought they put some of this on arXiv already.
@skellat Maybe! They seem to have published other papers before this. This new one is focusing particularly on veterans networks.
@natecull If I had the money to buy these guys out I could get Alex Jones off shortwave: http://licensing.fcc.gov/myibfs/forwardtopublictabaction.do?filing_key=961819&ssid=-1464841352&pgid=4
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