Seven questions for reporters, lawmakers, and the public to demand answers.
Christopher Wylie goes on the record to discuss his role in hijacking the profiles of millions of Facebook users in order to target the US electorate
Reality is no longer what you think it is.
The Kremlin-backed troll farm at the center of Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election has quietly suffered a catastrophic security breach, The Daily Beast has confirmed, in a leak that spilled new details of its operations onto obscure corners of the internet.
Litvinenko defected, this guy was exchanged. Not that FSB can’t. Seems pretty bold, unnecessary and out of line for exchanges. A false flag, attempt to chill exchanges or a prelude to a planned tit-for-tat misdirection?
The man, living in the UK, was one of two exposed to a “substance” in Salisbury, the BBC is told.
Determining the origins of cyberattacks is already difficult, but cyber actors can further muddy attribution through false flag attacks.
I was the first to write about Russia’s infamous high-tech military strategy. There’s one small problem: it doesn’t exist.
Editor’s Note: This is the third installment in “Ministry of Truth,” a special series on state-sponsored influence operations. Read the first installment h
Misguided citizens like this are a lot cheaper than spies. Cutting education budgets and battling science is unpatriotic.
Researchers from Iowa State University are claiming that US versions of popular Russian-funded news media are littered with articles and links casting genetically modified organisms in a negative light. It’s an effort, say the researchers, to discredit American agricultural practices and to portray Russian crops as an “ecologically cleaner” alternative to GMOs.