The FB webpage attacking Estonia’s methods to fight the coronavirus is associated with the Kremlin’s networks of influence

The Facebook webpage Za Buduštšeje is actively fighting against Estonian coronavirus policy. The site’s carriers have worked with activists spreading the Kremlin’s messages.

Russia-related networks in Estonia Part 5.

A network that deals with teaching the Russian language but is financially and ideologically supported by the Kremlin Soft Power fund, Russki Mir. Read more!

Russia-related networks in Estonia Part 4.

We added a group to our chart whose underlying motive is to blame Estonia as a supporter of fascism.

Russia related networks in Estonia Part 3.

This time we give an overview of the Komsomolskaja Pravda newspaper and the organizations and individuals involved in the Impressum discussion club.

Russia-related networks in Estonia Part 2

We drew an Estonian branch to the Kremlin media network diagram. Read more about it!

Russia – related networks in Estonia Part 1.

Propastop has reviewed the organizations and related people named in the KAPO (Estonian Internal Security Service) yearbook.

Launch of a new fact-checking portal Klikisäästja (click saver)

Propastop has repeatedly written for several years about the need for independent fact-finding. This week, a new fact-checking initiative Klikisäästja (click saver) was launched. It is led by a familiar face from the Estonian Debate Society and the Postimees fact-finding section, Herman Kelomees

Who are behind the fake accounts inciting anti-vaccine attitudes?

How to recognize a fake account operating on Facebook on your own? What can be done to block such an account?

FB fake accounts heat up anti vaccine attitudes

Coronavirus related articles on the pages of Estonian dailies and large FB internet portals have discussions from dozens upon dozens of fake accounts

Another Sputnik is becoming a propaganda weapon

Last week, Kremlin channels broadcast news that Estonian residents want the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to be available in Estonia. The Estonian media also contributed to the spread of the propaganda message.