Corpus ID: 202895613

RUSSIA AND DISINFORMATION: MASKIROVKA

@inproceedings{2019RUSSIAAD,
  title={RUSSIA AND DISINFORMATION: MASKIROVKA},
  author={},
  year={2019}
}
  • Published 2019
How does fake news spread? Understanding pathways of disinformation spread through APIs
TLDR
How the stages in the framework were activated during the 2016 US Presidential Elections are highlighted, before providing policy recommendations for issues relating to access to APIs, algorithmic content, advertisements, and suggest rapid response to coordinate campaigns. Expand

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