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- Twitter’s Fact-Checking System Has a Major Blind Spot: Anything Divisive
- ‘Propaganda Is Almost Everywhere’: Grassroots Campaigners Take On The Kremlin War Machine
- Moldova suspends six channels over Ukraine ‘disinformation’
- False climate lockdown claims in Oxford lead to death threats
- Confronting Hate and Extremism in Online Games
- It’s No Joke: Across Globe, Satire Morphs Into Misinformation
- ChatGPT a ‘landmark event’ for AI, but what does it mean for the future of human labour and disinformation?
- China targets ‘likes’ in deepening crackdown on online dissent
- Trump says he’d ban government from labeling speech as misinformation
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What are ‘influence operations’?
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace defines influence operations as:
“…organized attempts to achieve a specific effect among a target audience.
“In such instances, a variety of actors — ranging from advertisers to activists to opportunists — employ a diverse set of tactics, techniques, and procedures to affect the decisionmaking, beliefs, and opinions of a target audience.”