What kind of media publication is EADaily, whose news selection uses a tone that attacks and denigrates Estonia? Why are we moving this publication to our black list?
Many important Estonian companies have announced the cessation of advertising in the Kremlin’s channels of influence. However, the problem is still massive.
Richard Weitz, a senior researcher at the Hudson Institute and director of the Center for Military-Political Analysis, published a lengthy overview in the magazine Diplomatie in October on Russia’s disinformation campaigns in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The sickle and hammer and the red star are still displayed in hundreds of public places in Estonia. The use of Soviet symbols at public events is still not prohibited in Estonia.
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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.”
The Atlantic Council’s Digital Research Laboratory launched the Foreign Interference Attribution Tracker or FIAT, to gain a better overview of USA election interventions.
The Club Front Line is connected with anti-Estonian influence activities through the Russian Embassy and propaganda media.
The activity of the Russian embassy in distributing propaganda messages has increased. Posts related to history and Soviet nostalgia are being widely distributed.
There is a strong Russian influence in the Belarusian media space, which is reflected in the content of the media as well as in the form of ownership.