Tags coordinated inauthentic behavior

Is a more collaborative approach the answer to fighting global disinformation?

by Suzanne Smalley

The firm Graphika is pitching a software-based multistakeholder threat center to track, share and analyze disinformation at scale.

Researchers unveil details of sprawling pro-Western influence campaigns

by AJ Vicens

The operations likely emanated from the U.S. and the United Kingdom, but conclusive attribution is not yet available.

FSB's Fronton DDoS tool was actually designed for 'massive' fake info campaigns, researchers say

by AJ Vicens

The analysis shows that what was thought of as a straightforward DDoS tool was so much more.

Facebook accuses Nicaraguan government of running hundreds of fake accounts to target opposition

by AJ Vicens

Nicaragua's government has, for years, weaponized Facebook to try to discredit student protesters and boost official narratives, the company says.

Facebook says it will step up efforts to stop coordinated campaigns that cause harm

by Tonya Riley

The new policies directly build on Facebook's security work cracking down on inauthentic coordinated behavior.

With an eye on election interference, Facebook scrubs networks of phony Russian accounts

by Sean Lyngaas

It’s the latest in a series of scrubs Facebook has made for foreign influence operations heading into the U.S. presidential election.

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