Political Manipulation and Internet Advertising Infrastructure

@article{Crain2019PoliticalMA,
  title={Political Manipulation and Internet Advertising Infrastructure},
  author={Crain and Nadler},
  journal={Journal of Information Policy},
  year={2019}
}
  • CrainNadler
  • Published 1 December 2019
  • Economics
  • Journal of Information Policy
Disinformation and other forms of manipulative, antidemocratic communication have emerged as a problem for Internet policy. While such operations are not limited to electoral politics, efforts to influence and disrupt elections have created significant concerns. Data-driven digital advertising has played a key role in facilitating political manipulation campaigns. Rather than stand alone incidents, manipulation operations reflect systemic issues within digital advertising markets and… 

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