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elections 2016 russian ads on social media – Google News
How Russia used social media to divide Americans – The Guardian
Pokemon Go also used by Russians to meddle in 2016 election (report) – Syracuse.com
Google Finds Accounts Connected to Russia Bought Election Ads – New York Times
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg discusses Russia ad controversy – CBS News
Week 21: Hunting Trump Like He’s Pokemon – Politico
Twitter deleted data potentially crucial to Russia probes – POLITICO – Politico
Silicon Valley’s Russian ads problem, explained – Recode
Russia’s Facebook Ads Will Remain Secret, for Now – WIRED
It’s not just Moscow: American agencies use Facebook to woo Russians, too – The San Diego Union-Tribune
At the Intersection of Russia Probe and Social Media: Donald Trump’s Digital Chief – Wall Street Journal

 

elections 2016 russian ads on social media – Google News
How Russia used social media to divide Americans – The Guardian
Sat, 14 Oct 2017 11:00:20 GMT


The Guardian
How Russia used social media to divide Americans
The Guardian
For the past year, the world has reeled over escalating reports of how Russia hacked the 2016 US presidential election, by stealing emails from Democrats, attacking voter registration lists and voting machines and running a social media shell game
Facebook Removed Data Related to Russian Ads That Ran During 2016 ElectionU.S. News & World Report
Facebook and Twitter Deleted Data Tied to Russian Accounts That Targeted 2016 Election VotersGizmodo
Russia Has Invented Social Media BlitzkriegForeign Policy (blog)
News18 –Business Insider –Wccftech –Washington Post
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Pokemon Go also used by Russians to meddle in 2016 election (report) – Syracuse.com
Fri, 13 Oct 2017 12:01:19 GMT


Syracuse.com
Pokemon Go also used by Russians to meddle in 2016 election (report)
Syracuse.com
A new report says Russian attempts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election went beyond social media. A source familiar with the … This ‘contest’ required people to take screen shots from their phone and share over other social networks, not 
Russian-linked campaign used Pokémon Go to meddle in electionThe Hill
Exclusive: Even Pokémon Go used by extensive Russian-linked meddling effortCNNMoney
Report: Russia Tried To Shape The Election Through Pokémon Go, TooCo.Design (blog)
Slate Magazine (blog) –Hollywood Reporter –eWeek –AndroidGuys
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Google Finds Accounts Connected to Russia Bought Election Ads – New York Times
Mon, 09 Oct 2017 19:36:27 GMT


New York Times
Google Finds Accounts Connected to Russia Bought Election Ads
New York Times
The findings from an internal inquiry draw Google further into the growing investigation of how social networks and technology services were manipulated by the Russian government to spread misinformation and sow division during the 2016 election.
Microsoft Investigates ‘Inappropriate’ Pro-Trump Russian Ads on Bing Search EngineNewsweek
Google uncovers Russian-bought ads on YouTube, Gmail and other platformsWashington Post
Google uncovers trove of ads bought by Russians during US electionNew York Post
New York Daily News –Bloomberg –BBC News –Daily Beast
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Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg discusses Russia ad controversy – CBS News
Thu, 12 Oct 2017 13:41:12 GMT


CBS News
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg discusses Russia ad controversy
CBS News
Facebook had agreed to disclose ads to Congress that were purchased by Russians on the social media platform in that country’s effort to influence the 2016 election, the company announced last month. CEO Mark Zuckerberg had said about the company’s …
House lawmakers hope to release Facebook ads bought by Russian agents during the 2016 presidential electionRecode
House intel committee to release Russia-linked Facebook adsCNN
Lawmakers Say They Plan to Release Facebook Ads Linked to RussiaNew York Times
Engadget –Politico –Reuters –Facebook Newsroom
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Week 21: Hunting Trump Like He’s Pokemon – Politico
Sat, 14 Oct 2017 15:46:27 GMT


Politico
Week 21: Hunting Trump Like He’s Pokemon
Politico
Upon invading the United States to unsettle the already nuts 2016 presidential electionRussian forces attacked on multiplesocialmedia fronts. At Facebook, their landing bought thousands of politically charged ads, some of which targeted swing 

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Twitter deleted data potentially crucial to Russia probes – Politico
Fri, 13 Oct 2017 09:14:11 GMT


Politico
Twitter deleted data potentially crucial to Russia probes
Politico
Twitter has deleted tweets and other user data of potentially irreplaceable value to investigators probing Russia’s suspected manipulation of the social media platform during the 2016 election, according to current and former government cybersecurity
Twitter gives profile names of Russian-linked accounts to Senate investigatorsCNN
Twitter & Facebook Deleted Crucial Russian Posts Before Investigators Could See ThemIR.net
Thousands Wished Putin Happy Birthday, But Most of Them Were BotsNewsweek
Bloomberg –The Sun –Slate Magazine (blog)
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Silicon Valley’s Russian ads problem, explained – Recode
Fri, 06 Oct 2017 10:05:45 GMT


Recode
Silicon Valley’s Russian ads problem, explained
Recode
Mueller’s mandate is broad: It focuses on determining to what extent, if any, Russia interfered in the 2016 election, from the Kremlin’s contacts with key Trump officials to the ways in which Russian forces may have spread misinformation on social media.
Key senator wants to see social media companies make 3 changes to election adsCNBC
We’re learning more about how Russia weaponized Facebook, Twitter, and Google and it was remarkably easyBusiness Insider
Report: Russian-linked Facebook ads targeted Wisconsin in the 2016 campaignMadison.com
Daily Beast –ThinkProgress –USA TODAY –CNN
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Russia’s Facebook Ads Will Remain Secret, for Now – WIRED
Wed, 04 Oct 2017 19:01:48 GMT


WIRED
Russia’s Facebook Ads Will Remain Secret, for Now
WIRED
… to see Russian-linked socialmedia ads that were used to influence the 2016 election. During a press conference on Wednesday, Senator Mark Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it is important that that the American public sees the adssubmitted 
Facebook, Twitter, And Google Face New Push In Congress Over Election AdsBuzzFeed News
Powerful Senate Committee Concludes Russia Tried To Sow Chaos In 2016 ElectionsHuffPost
Hill investigators to tell public what they’ve learned about Russia’s interference and what happens nextCNN
Los Angeles Times –The Verge –Miami Herald
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It’s not just Moscow: American agencies use Facebook to woo Russians, too – The San Diego Union-Tribune
Fri, 13 Oct 2017 12:00:39 GMT


Government Technology
It’s not just Moscow: American agencies use Facebook to woo Russians, too
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Sure, America’s top spies are convinced the Kremlin unleashed legions of fake Facebook accounts and booked $100,000 inads on the social media giant to tamper with the 2016 presidential election, but likes cut both ways. American agencies have turned …
Black Caucus Presses Facebook on Russia, DiversityGovernment Technology
US Congress tangles with Facebook, other social media firms over Russia probeReuters
Russia’s Facebook ads show how Internet microtargeting can be weaponizedHouston Chronicle
Politico –KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News –Economic Times –Axios
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At the Intersection of Russia Probe and Social Media: Donald Trump’s Digital Chief – Wall Street Journal
Fri, 13 Oct 2017 23:39:14 GMT


Wall Street Journal
At the Intersection of Russia Probe and Social Media: Donald Trump’s Digital Chief
Wall Street Journal
Congressional investigators are homing in on the connections between the 2016 presidential election and socialmediagiants Facebook and Twitter , a nexus that put Brad Parscale in charge of millions. Brad Parscale was the Trump campaign’s digital …

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