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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.
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.
How an army of Twitter bots participated in opposition rhetoric toward Al Franken.
Knowing that Russia is still actively attacking us via cyber-war, I have to wonder how Twitter’s fancy algorithms haven’t removed these fake Russian accounts.
Bots and trolls often use accounts they’ve purchased or hacked. For this reason, social media platforms should delete dormant accounts.
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