Yesterday the Kremlin announced Russia is prepared to declassify all documents relating to the hacking of or meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election. Here’s why this is such a world class troll, or ingenious depending on your perspective.
Last month a group of researchers presented a report to the US Senate, outlining how several accounts originating out of Eastern Europe are posing as US military veterans or veteran organizations to sow hostility and misinformation online.
Late in November, Ethiopian authorities announced a new Government initiative aimed at cracking down on the spread of fake news and hate-filled social media postings deemed to be fueling conflict and ethnic tensions around the country.
A new study of Democrats, Republicans and Independents paints an interesting view of the opinions of Americans in regards to social media, as well as how the industry is helping or hurting this country at the present moment in time.
As the owner of an independent news media outlet looking to grow over the months/years to come, here’s why I wont be looking towards coverage of US politics to grow my audience base – yet.
As part of a new Copyright Directive, the EU is considering making it a violation of Copyright Law/illegal for one source of news to hyperlink to a story published by another source of news without a mutually agreed contract & exchange of money which can be subjected to tax.
Now that I’ve begun running Facebook advertisements again for the first time in over half a year, here are some of the major differences/developments Facebook has implemented since the last time we did business.
A Russian women from St. Petersburg with an estimated operating budget of $35 million was officially charged by the US Justice Department today for conspiring to interfere in the 2016 US Presidential Election. Here’s the official compliant filed by the DOJ.
Now that Facebook has set up a War Room of 20,000 employees to fight the spread of misinformation, fake news and propaganda ahead of the 2018 mid-Term elections, here is a look back at how Creative Commons helped fuel the fire leading up to the 2016 US Presidential elections.