Propaganda dictionary – cancel culture

One of the most attention grabbing concepts of the first half of 2020 is certainly the “cancel culture”.

Propaganda dictionary- doxing

Doxing, doxxing, or „dropping docs“, is the collection and publication of information about a person in order to cause him or her inconvenience.

Coronavirus dictionary – covidiot

With the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic, a new word, covidiot has begun to circulate on the internet.

Propastop dictionary – scorched earth tactics

Known in the military as, „scorched earth“ tactics have also been used in information warfare thanks to Kremlin propaganda activities.

Propaganda dictionary – dark ad

Cambridge Analytica, a micro-targeted and 2016 US presidential campaign, introduced another concept to the public – the dark ad.

Jessikka Aro „Putin’s trolls: true stories from the frontlines of the Russian information war“

On September 24. Jessikka Aro presented her long awaited book in Helsinki „ Putin’s trolls: true stories from the frontlines of the Russian Information war“.

China’s Social Media platform is influencing the minds of young people

The new Social Media platform TikTok is gaining popularity and users. It has already been accused of ideologically targeting and permitting sexual harassment of minors.

Propastop Library: Gustav Klucis

For the next upcoming weeks, you can still see classical works of the Soviet propaganda artist from Latvia at the Kumu gallery.

Propaganda dictionary – microtargeting

A word that individuals wanting to influence people constantly repeat, even in their dreams is microtargeting.

Propaganda dictionary – troll

The concept of a troll from Scandinavian folklore has taken on a completely new meaning on the internet