The Atlantic Council’s Digital Research Laboratory launched the Foreign Interference Attribution Tracker or FIAT, to gain a better overview of USA election interventions.
There is an action trying to implement the narrative of the persecution of Russians because of Sergei Seredenko’s detention at the beginning of March.
In September, Ben Nimmo, the former head of DFRLab and a long time expert in Influence activity and information operations, published an article on a new method for investigating influencing operations, “The Breakout Scale: Measuring the Impact of Influence Operations.”
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.
On November 26, Keila City Council decided that next year the first class of Keila Elementary School would no longer admit children with Russian as their language of instruction and that the school would be merged with Keila primary school.
We have to accept and get used to a manipulated virtual world as a new normality. Here is Priit Talve’s full article, which appeared in the Delfi Klikimagnet (Click Magnet) section in September.
Ben Nimmo is one of the leading experts and activists on the Kremlin’s influence activities in social media networks.
Russia is not the only one trying to influence the population of another country in social media.
In crisis-filled Venezuela, there is an active conflict between the political parties in the streets and in social media.
Latvian actor and political commentator Andris Lielais sent out an idea on a program at the Latvian radio station Baltcom that Russia is currently suffering from Baltophobia.