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How Russia Feeds the Factory of Unthinking

, 29 September 2022
From Ukrainians being mainly Jewish to allegations of black magic, hypnotism and colonising Africa, Oleksiy Pluzhnyk explores the Kremlin's exploitation of the conspiratorial mindset

Can the Milk Tea Alliance Take Its Fight Offline?

, 2 September 2022
In Asia, a new movement for democracy has been gaining strength – but how can it enact change on the ground when it comes to corruption and authoritarianism?

The Memes Fighting Russian Propaganda

, 31 August 2022
Chris Hamill-Stewart explores how a decentralised network of meme-makers is subverting Putin’s online trolls

EXCLUSIVE Online Propaganda: A Gateway into the 'Pro Russian Ecosystem'

, 25 August 2022
Matt Bernardini investigates the influential academic website Swiss Policy Research which claims to expose 'geopolitical propaganda' but seems more intent on spreading it

Kenya Elections: Have Social Media Companies Learnt from Past Mistakes?

, 10 August 2022
Harvey Pitt looks at the role social media has played in Kenya's 2022 election and finds that the social media giants are failing to learn from the errors of the past

Werleman’s Worldview: Does Twitter Want to be Complicit in Indian Muslim Genocide?

, 27 June 2022
CJ Werleman's Twitter account has been banned in India, along with a number of other prominent journalists. Why is the social media giant complying with the Modi regime's requests?

Law-Makers Must Wake Up to the Threat of Artificial Intelligence

, 21 June 2022
The European Union's Artificial Intelligence Act will allow the creeping increased use of AI by law enforcement agencies to continue, reports Catherine Connolly

Mainstreamed White Supremacy Sits Behind Social Media Hate of Kamala Harris

, 30 May 2022
A new report reveals the horrifying abuse sent on Twitter to America's first woman of colour Vice President – but such racist hate is becoming normalised in the US

US Justice Department Case Against Paul Manafort Re-Opens Trump Campaign’s Ukraine, Russia and Cambridge Analytica Connections

, 4 May 2022
As the US Justice Department sues pardoned Paul Manafort over undisclosed foreign banks accounts, Zamaan Qureshi follows the financial links with Putin's oligarch Oleg Deripaska and a Russian intelligence agent

EXCLUSIVE Government Refusing to Release Documents Related to Meeting Between Boris Johnson and Cambridge Analytica

, 3 May 2022
The Foreign Office is withholding information about the Prime Minister’s meeting with the defunct data firm in the wake of Donald Trump’s 2016 victory, Sam Bright reports

EXCLUSIVE The Mail Order Bride Sites Exploiting War in Ukraine to Find Women

, 29 April 2022
In an exclusive undercover investigation, Sian Norris discovers how websites advertising mail order brides are using Russia's invasion of Ukraine to drum up business

EXCLUSIVE Why is ‘Putin’s Rasputin’ Still on Facebook?

, 22 April 2022
A Byline Times investigation reveals that Aleksandr Dugin is still sharing conspiracy theories and disinformation with his thousands of followers

EXCLUSIVE Down Vladimir Putin’s Disinformation Rabbit Hole

, 22 April 2022
Steven Lacey speaks to Sian Norris about why he fell for pro-Putin disinformation – and how open conversation and debate helped him escape out of the rabbit hole

How the French Far-Right Is Copying the Digital Campaigning Tricks of Brexit

, 5 April 2022
A new report into Eric Zemmour’s social media in the run-up to the French elections shows how Britain's Leave campaigns during the EU referendum created a controversial template

‘De-Nazification’ and Putin’s Disinformation War

, 5 April 2022
Using an example of local vigilante violence in Ukraine and its exploitation by Putin’s propaganda machine, Max Colbert explores Russian disinformation techniques

Putin’s Willing Disinformation Agents

, 17 March 2022

The First Great Information War

, 28 February 2022

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