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How China's government used social media against movements in Taiwan, Hong Kong

by Jeff Stone • 4 weeks ago

It's the latest evidence that governments’ use of social media for propaganda efforts have become an everyday reality for much of the world’s population.

Hong Kong targeted in new sweeping mobile malware campaign

by Shannon Vavra • 2 months ago

Recent protests Hong Kong have been accompanied by surveillance and misinformation campaigns intended to clamp down on the activists.

New TrickBot tool targets telecommunications in U.S., Hong Kong

by Shannon Vavra • 2 months ago

Researchers tell CyberScoop that the module is being used for espionage: "It's not random."

Senator: U.S. companies can't stand up to China without cybersecurity assurances

by Joe Warminsky • 8 months ago

Want big tech companies and sports leagues to stop giving in to Beijing's demands? Make sure they feel safe from the Chinese cyberthreat, Sen. Ben Sasse says.

NSA director rebukes Beijing for 'weaponizing' disinformation in Hong Kong protests

by Shannon Vavra • 8 months ago

Gen. Paul Nakasone says China's information warfare efforts are only meant to help the country exert authoritarian control.

Research outs poorly constructed disinfo campaign aimed at Hong Kong protests

by Shannon Vavra • 8 months ago

Hackers that appear to be acting in the interest of China’s government have been hijacking and using fake accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, according to Graphika research.

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