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Twitter ignored 20 million Russian bots. Will they ignore 40 million?
In a six-month project, we found millions of Russian bots on Twitter—and this is just the start.
Why are states buying and using machines that don’t pass testing?
A Twitter botnet pushed messaging in support of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court—making it appear as if he had more support than he did.
An average of over 77 voters per precinct were not in the voter rolls. Does this sound like a printing issue to you?
In 2016, we were besieged with fake news, bots, data mining, and micro-targeted ads. Did the onslaught have a real impact on the election?
In Oct. 2017, a programmer found a GitHub repository with a cambridgeanalytica.org email address. The repository has since been emptied; but we were able to access an archived version.
In 2017, DHS warned at least 21 states that their voter registration databases were targeted a year prior by Russian government hackers.
How an army of Twitter bots participated in opposition rhetoric toward Al Franken.
The story of how Devin Nunes and other GOP candidates may have been compromised. Part II.