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“…the latest Russian effort went to some lengths to appear like it was made in the United States. In addition to hiring American journalists and encouraging them to write in their own voices, the Peace Data website mixed pop culture, politics, and activism to appeal to a young audience.”

It will come as a surprise to absolutely no one who follows tech or politics that Russian agents are once again intent on using social media to interfere with the upcoming…




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