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Russian Trolls Aren’t Actually Persuading Americans on Twitter, Study Finds

New research highlights a surprising barrier to hacking our democracy: filter bubbles

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WeWe know that Russian agents have been using social media to try to influence other countries’ politics since at least 2013. We know they’ve successfully posed as Americans to post divisive…




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