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The company says the actors have become 'more careful to cover their tracks,' and that they are 'well-funded adversaries who will never give up and are constantly changing tactics'
New report surfaces, saying Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in the 4th quarter of 2017
Russia-linked fake accounts are believed to have fired off false tweets in an effort to sway the 2016 US presidential vote
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Fake profiles make up 3% to 4% of all active accounts, reports the social network
The same techniques detailed in Robert Mueller's Russia-Trump indictment are pervasive here and have accomplished the same goal as the Russians': sow discord
(UPDATED) A Russian-linked Twitter account used to interfere in polls in Spain is now tweeting exclusively about the Philippines – one of several disturbing developments that may suggest Kremlin propaganda in the country
The social network announces another round of deletion following its April crackdown on fake accounts in France
Facebook s security team spent 6 months fighting to neutralize what they saw as a coordinated campaign according to Shabnam Shaik a company security manager
Accounts with suspicious behavior such as repetitive posts or torrents of messages will be suspended as part of Facebook s security improvements
House Bill 5021 proposes to penalize fake social media account holders and people behind bots with 6 to 12 years in prison on top of a P30 000 to P50 000 fine
In the Philippines paid trolls fallacious reasoning leaps in logic poisoning the well – these are only some of the propaganda techniques that have helped shift public opinion on key issues
As social media increasingly becomes a minefield here are some tips to spot dubious users on Facebook and Twitter
Interest groups are mobilizing fictitious social media resources at scale to disrupt online conversations How can you spot black ops campaigns?