The introduction and use of fifth-generation cellular networks has led to a wave of misinformation, conspiracy theories and biased communications, apparently organized by the Kremlin. Will such a campaign reach Estonia?
In early January, on the Vikerraadio (Rainbow radio) show “Mystical Russia” historian David Vseviov addressed Soviet propaganda before the outbreak of the Winter War, in the early days of the war and in the following months.
Services to Sputnik and Baltnews, including the use of .ee-end domains, are subject to EU sanctions and should therefore be terminated. This is easy to do between April and May at the latest.
A Soviet war film project made by the film studio „Mosfilm“ is likely to be in the Estonian movie theaters by April-May.
Since December, we have encountered the use of the word russenfrei in propaganda texts concerning Estonia. What is this term?
A Red Army monument was „reopened“ in Tallinn less than a month ago. This Spring promises to bring further World War II related propaganda actions.
Sweden, a country that has built its security on the principle of neutrality, has begun to increase the resistance ability of its society to information attacks.
The Russian Embassy in Tallinn is using Social Media to try to make it look like 229,000 Estonian citizens have visited Crimea in 2019.
Last year’s holiday month of December was rather modest in the writing of propaganda and information manipulation. The emphasis was on data and the writing of their misuse.