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    To answer this question, and I formulate it:
    Did foreign paid social media ads affect the outcome of elections 2016?
    Do the high quality and high power statistical study. The more or less definitive answer, within the range of probabilities, is difficult but possible. And it is vital for establishing cause-effect legal relationships in Mueller’s Investigation. M.N.  – 10.25.17
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Twitter will disclose who is paying for political adverts after Russian …

Daily Mail10 hours ago
The social media giant has acted amid claims the Kremlin illicitly bankrolled an online campaign to help Donald Trump win the 2016 US …
Story image for Did foreign paid social media ads affect the outcome of elections 2016? from Chicago Sun-Times

Pawar wants disclosure requirement for political ads on social media

Chicago Sun-Times22 hours ago
… the ads they pay for on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat or any other social media platform. … People are spending money, including foreign agents, influencing … But there is no regulation on social mediaactivities and there’s a lot of … as part of a campaign to try to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Story image for Did foreign paid social media ads affect the outcome of elections 2016? from Bloomberg

Senators Propose SocialMedia Ad Rules After Months of Russia …

BloombergOct 19, 2017
“In the wake of Russia’s attack on the 2016 election, it is more … to prevent foreign individuals and entities from purchasing ads to affect the … of who paid for them, there are no such requirements for social media networks.
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Saved Stories – Trump Investigations
House GOP launches pair of inquiries into Hillary Clinton – The Hill
Twitter Says Trust Us. That’s Not Possible. – Slate Magazine (blog)
Sen. John McCain, Democrats, take aim at Russian Facebook, Twitter ads – AZCentral.com
How to quit Facebook (if the time suck, Russian ads or political noise has become too much) – Recode
Proposed law would regulate online ads to hinder Russian election influence – Ars Technica
Facebook Must Come Clean About Its Russian Propaganda Ads – Newsweek
Russian Trolling of US Social Media May Have Been Much Greater Than We Thought – The Nation.
It’s unlikely that Russia’s Facebook ad buys had a significant impact on the 2016 election. – National Review
Senior Tory Asks Zuckerberg About Brexit-Related Russian Ads – Bloomberg
UK asks Facebook for information on Russia-linked Brexit ads – CNNMoney
Twitter is changing its advertising policies following Russia’s election interference – Recode
Rich Lowry: Russian Facebook ads the most overhyped story of the year – Salt Lake Tribune
Reince Priebus meets with Robert Mueller on the Trump-Russia investigation months after leaving the White House – Business Insider
Will Trump Be Impeached? Here’s What We Know About Robert Mueller’s Russia Probe so Far – Newsweek
Tucker Carlson Source: Podesta Brothers and Manafort, Not Trump, “Central Figures” In Mueller Probe – RealClearPolitics
As panel questions Trump associates, GOP launches new probes – STLtoday.com
Republicans Launch New Investigations Into Clinton Email Probe, Uranium Deal – NPR
Republican committees investigate Clinton and Obama – BBC News
Republicans look past Trump scandals, zero in on Hillary Clinton – MSNBC
Robert Mueller Tightens Paul Manafort’s Noose – Vanity Fair
The man who helped cool Trump’s Russia rage – Politico
Media admit that the Hill’s Russia probes seem to be going nowhere … – Fox News
Dossier fight could be first legal test for Hill Russia probes – POLITICO – Politico
Democrats denounce new Hillary Clinton email probe as ‘massive diversion’ from Trump-Russia investigation – The Independent
Saved Stories – Trump Investigations
cambridge analytica – Google News: Cambridge Analytica CEO approached Assange about publishing missing Clinton emails – SC Magazine
 

Cambridge Analytica CEO approached Assange about publishing missing Clinton emails
SC Magazine
The CEO of Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm in which Steve Bannon has a stake, approached Julian Assange last year offering to help WikiLeaks release emails deleted from Hillary Clinton’s email server. Assange verified the contact by

 cambridge analytica – Google News

House GOP launches pair of inquiries into Hillary Clinton – The Hill
 


USA TODAY
House GOP launches pair of inquiries into Hillary Clinton
The Hill
The seemingly coordinated investigations which were announced within a half-hour of each other is sure to fire up the conservative base and infuriate Democrats who want House investigators to more rigorously probe Russian efforts to meddle in the 
Two GOP-led panels launch probe of Obama-era uranium dealPolitico
House Republicans launch probes of Clinton emails decision, uranium dealReuters
House Republicans launch two new investigations tied to Hillary ClintonUSA TODAY
Washington Post –CNN –New York Times –The Hill
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Twitter Says Trust Us. That’s Not Possible. – Slate Magazine (blog)
 


Slate Magazine (blog)
Twitter Says Trust Us. That’s Not Possible.
Slate Magazine (blog)
… about how Russian-affiliated operatives used their ad and social-sharing tools in an attempt to sway the 2016 presidentialelection. And just last week, a bipartisan group of senators unveiled the Honest Ads Act, which would require social media 
Facebook and Twitter come under strict scrutiny regarding Russian-bought adsThe Tide (press release) (blog)
Twitter to Create Ad ‘Transparency Center’Government Technologyall 18 news articles »
Sen. John McCain, Democrats, take aim at Russian Facebook, Twitter ads – AZCentral.com
 


AZCentral.com
Sen. John McCain, Democrats, take aim at Russian Facebook, Twitter ads
AZCentral.com
The Republic’s political team discusses Governor Doug Ducey giving raises to the members of his inner circle instead of prioritizing teacher raises as promised. Steve Bannon visits Arizona and Paul Gosar’s family feud. Johanna Huckeba/azcentral.com.
Facebook and Google’s political advertising problem goes beyond fake Russian accountsMarkets Insider
Can Congress Keep Russia Off Facebook? Bill Aims to Force Disclosure for Political AdsNewsweek
Facebook’s top lawyer not Zuck will testify before Congress on Russia-linked adsBusiness Insider
Vox –New York Times –The Independent –Bloomberg
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How to quit Facebook (if the time suck, Russian ads or political noise has become too much) – Recode
 


Recode
How to quit Facebook (if the time suck, Russian ads or political noise has become too much)
Recode
There are many valid reasons you might want to quit Facebook. Maybe you spend too much time there. Maybe you’re tired of its cluttered app. Maybe you’re unnerved by all the Russia stuff. I was an avid Facebook user for more than a decade. But due to a …
Proposed law would regulate online ads to hinder Russian election influence – Ars Technica
 


Ars Technica
Proposed law would regulate online ads to hinder Russian election influence
Ars Technica
A bipartisan group of federal lawmakers wants to make it more difficult for Russia to influence US elections. To that end, the group has drawn up legislation requiring Internet-based companies like Google, Twitter, and Facebook to disclose who is 
McCain joins Dems to regulate Drudge, Google, Facebook political adsWashington Examinerall 8 news articles »
Facebook Must Come Clean About Its Russian Propaganda Ads – Newsweek
 


Newsweek
Facebook Must Come Clean About Its Russian Propaganda Ads
Newsweek 
On November 1, Facebook’s general counsel Colin Stretch will testify before the House and Senate intelligence committees as part of the congressional investigations into Russia’s use of social media and internet platforms to interfere with the 2016 …
 
Facebook users deserve to know exactly how they were exposed to the Russian tactics.
and more »
Russian Trolling of US Social Media May Have Been Much Greater Than We Thought – The Nation.
 


The Nation.
Russian Trolling of US Social Media May Have Been Much Greater Than We Thought
The Nation.
Initially, it seemed very limited: According to a September statement by Facebook’s chief security officer, Alex Stamos,Russian-government agents spent about $100,000 on something like 3,000 ads through 470 inauthentic Facebook users. However, in …
Trump continues to revisit campaign allegations in tweetsLos Angeles Timesall 26 news articles »
It’s unlikely that Russia’s Facebook ad buys had a significant impact on the 2016 election. – National Review
 


National Review
Senior Tory Asks Zuckerberg About Brexit-Related Russian Ads – Bloomberg
 


Bloomberg
Senior Tory Asks Zuckerberg About Brexit-Related Russian Ads
Bloomberg
The move comes as Facebook faces multiple investigations in the U.S. over advertising and accounts linked to the Russiangovernment that sought to influence the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Now Parliament wants to know ifRussia also …
British lawmaker raises questions about Facebook ads linked to RussiaWashington Times
Britain Requests Facebook’s Russian Ad Data From Run-Up to …Daily Beast
UK lawmakers ask Facebook for any evidence of Russian-linked Brexit activityReuters
PRI
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UK asks Facebook for information on Russia-linked Brexit ads – CNNMoney
 


CNNMoney
UK asks Facebook for information on Russia-linked Brexit ads accounts 
CNNMoney
Facebook is facing more questions over Russian-linked ads — this time in Britain. British lawmakers have asked the company to provide information on any ads purchased by Russian-linked Facebook accounts around June’s general election and last year’s … 
British Lawmaker Asks Facebook for Brexit, Election Ads With Links to RussiaNBCNews.com
Trump rails against Russia investigation and Russian Facebook ads in Saturday tweetstormBusiness Insider
UK lawmakers ask Facebook about 
Senior Tory Asks Zuckerberg About Brexit-Related Russian AdsBloomberg
UK lawmakers seek Facebook data on
 Russia-linked Brexit activityThe Hill
The Bozeman Daily ChronicleCampaignLive
all 38 adsABC News
Britain Requests Facebook’s Russian Ad Data From Run-Up to Brexit, ElectionDaily Beast
Sky News Australia
all 19
 
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Twitter is changing its advertising policies following Russia’s election interference – Recode
 


Recode
Twitter is changing its advertising policies following Russia’s election interference
Recode
Twitter is promising major changes to its advertising policies, including new special distinctions for political ads, after learning earlier this year that Russia used its platform and other digital services like Facebook to try and influence the 2016  
As Russia Investigation Escalates, Twitter Unveils New Ad Transparency CenterNewsweek
 
Twitter to disclose info on political ads as Russia scrutiny intensifiesUSA TODAY

Amid Russian investigation, Twitter is making all of its ads publicWashington Post 
Twitter Says Will Disclose Who’s Behind Political Ads Amid Russia ProbesRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
 
Lawmakers Reining in Wild West of Online Advertising

U.S. News & World Report BBC News 
Reuters
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all 88 BBC News
all 64
 
news articles »
Rich Lowry: Russian Facebook ads the most overhyped story of the year – Salt Lake Tribune
 


Salt Lake Tribune
Rich Lowry: Russian Facebook ads the most overhyped story of the year
Salt Lake Tribune
FILE – In this May 16, 2012, file photo, the Facebook logo is displayed on an iPad in Philadelphia. Senators are moving to boost transparency for online political ads, unveiling on Oct. 19, 2017, what could be the first of several pieces of legislation 
British Lawmaker Asks Facebook for Brexit, Election Ads With Links to RussiaNBCNews.com
Lowry: US democracy not for sale to RussiaBoston Herald
House Panel to Interview Trump Campaign Digital Director Brad ParscaleWall Street Journal
all 73 
Trump rails against Russia investigation and Russian Facebook ads in Saturday tweetstormBusiness Insider
UK lawmakers ask Facebook for any evidence of Russian-linked Brexit activityReuters
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Reince Priebus meets with Robert Mueller on the Trump-Russia investigation months after leaving the White House – Business Insider
 


Business Insider
Reince Priebus meets with Robert Mueller on the Trump-Russia investigation months after leaving the White House
Business Insider
Reince Priebus, the former White House chief of staff sat down with special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday as part of the ongoing investigation of Russia’s meddling in the US election, according to Preibus’ attorney, William Burck, who was cited by 
Reince Priebus interviewed in Mueller’s Russia investigation, lawyer saysThe Globe and Mail
Reince Priebus interviewed by Robert Mueller’s teamCBS News
Priebus, former Trump chief of staff, interviewed by Mueller team in Russia probeChicago Tribune
TIME –Newsy –Politico –CNN
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Will Trump Be Impeached? Here’s What We Know About Robert Mueller’s Russia Probe so Far – Newsweek
 


Newsweek
Will Trump Be Impeached? Here’s What We Know About Robert Mueller’s Russia Probe so Far
Newsweek
September 28: Ivanka Trump and Kushner’s private email domains face investigation, as well as batches of emails from White House senior aides. The investigation, conducted by the White House, hopes to find anything relevant to Mueller’s Russia probe.
Sean Spicer questioned by Mueller’s Russia investigation teamThe Boston Globe
Sean Spicer met with Robert Mueller’s investigators handling the Russia investigationBusiness Insider
Mueller team meets with Sean Spicer as part of Russia investigationWashington Examiner
The Independent –The Conversation US –AOL –Politico
all 108 news articles »
Tucker Carlson Source: Podesta Brothers and Manafort, Not Trump, “Central Figures” In Mueller Probe – RealClearPolitics
 


RealClearPolitics
Tucker Carlson Source: Podesta Brothers and Manafort, Not Trump, “Central Figures” In Mueller Probe
RealClearPolitics
… and Paul Manafort are the “central figures” Robert Mueller’s investigation, not President Trump. The source, Carlson said, told him about events that implicate Manafort, the Podesta brothers, Hillary Clinton and her State Department, and Russian 
Tucker: Source Says Podesta Brothers & Manafort, Not Trump, ‘Central Figures’ in Russia ProbeFox News Insiderall 7 news articles »
As panel questions Trump associates, GOP launches new probes – STLtoday.com
 


STLtoday.com
As panel questions Trump associates, GOP launches new probes
STLtoday.com
The announcements of the investigations by three GOP committees were criticized by Democrats as a “massive diversion” from congressional probes into potential coordination between the Kremlin and associates of the Trump campaign and from two …
Dossier fight could be first legal test for Hill Russia probesPoliticoall 17 news articles »
Republicans Launch New Investigations Into Clinton Email Probe, Uranium Deal – NPR
 


NPR
Republicans Launch New Investigations Into Clinton Email Probe, Uranium Deal
NPR
For Trump, however, the case was made: “Remember that Hillary Clinton gave Russia 20 percent of American uranium and, you know, she was paid a fortune,” Trump said at a campaign rally last October. “You know, they got a tremendous amount of money.”.
Dossier fight could be first legal test for Hill Russia probes – POLITICOPolitico
Republicans on House’s Trump-Russia Probe Not That Interested in …Daily Beast
Trump’s lawyer meets with House investigatorsThe Hill
Courthouse News Service –Wall Street Journal
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Republican committees investigate Clinton and Obama – BBC News
 


BBC News
Republican committees investigate Clinton and Obama
BBC News
“This new investigation is a massive diversion to distract from the lack of Republican oversight of the Trump administration and the national security threat that Russia poses,” said Elijah Cummings and John Conyers in a statement. Mrs Clinton said in
Republicans open investigations into Clinton uranium deal and Obama DOJABC News
President Trump trades insults with the GOP leader of Senate Foreign Relations CommitteeLos Angeles Times
House GOP launches probes into Clinton, Obama controversiesPolitico
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Republicans look past Trump scandals, zero in on Hillary Clinton – MSNBC
 


MSNBC
Republicans look past Trump scandals, zero in on Hillary Clinton
MSNBC
House Republicans on Tuesday announced investigations into two of President Trump’s most frequent grievances, unveiling new inquiries into actions of the Obama administration connected to Hillary Clinton. In the first of two back-to-back announcements, …
Republican committees investigate Clinton and ObamaBBC News
Republicans open investigations into Clinton uranium deal and Obama DOJABC News
President Trump trades insults with the GOP leader of Senate Foreign Relations CommitteeLos Angeles Times
Politico –Washington Post –The Hill –The Hill
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Robert Mueller Tightens Paul Manafort’s Noose – Vanity Fair
 


Reuters
Robert Mueller Tightens Paul Manafort’s Noose
Vanity Fair
… noteworthy, as any charges born out of the investigations would be exempt from presidential pardonswhich only apply to federal crimesraising the possibility that they could be used as leverage against Manafort and, by extension, the Trumpcampaign.
Manhattan US attorney adds to probes of ex-Trump aide Manafort: reportsReuters
Paul Manafort faces new money laundering probe by US attorney’s office in NY: sourceABC Newsall 26 news articles »
The man who helped cool Trump’s Russia rage – Politico
 


Politico
The man who helped cool Trump’s Russia rage
Politico
Since the end of July, President Donald Trump has noticeably tempered his public complaints about the Russia investigation, avoiding any Twitter allusions to a witch hunt or threats to fire special counsel Robert Mueller. That’s partly due to the 
Donald Trump to help White House staff pay legal bills related to Russia investigationGlobalnews.ca
Donald Trump to ‘spend personal fortune paying legal fees for aides’ caught up in Russia probeThe Independent
Scoop: Trump pledges to personally pay some legal bills of WH staff and associatesAxios
NPR –The Atlantic –Roll Call
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Media admit that the Hill’s Russia probes seem to be going nowhere … – Fox News
 


Fox News
Media admit that the Hill’s Russia probes seem to be going nowhere …
Fox News
The congressional investigations into possible collusion between the Trump team and Russia seem to be going nowhere fast.and more »
Dossier fight could be first legal test for Hill Russia probes – POLITICO – Politico
 


Politico
Dossier fight could be first legal test for Hill Russia probes – POLITICO
Politico
A brewing battle over the bank records of the private investigation firm that commissioned the so-called “Trump dossier” could become the first legal test for the …
Donald Trump attacks Hillary Clinton and ‘fake news’ amid probe into Russian-bought Facebook adsThe Independentall 127 news articles »
Democrats denounce new Hillary Clinton email probe as ‘massive diversion’ from Trump-Russia investigation – The Independent
 


The Independent
Democrats denounce new Hillary Clinton email probe as ‘massive diversion’ from Trump-Russia investigation
The Independent
Democrats have denounced as a massive diversion from the Trump administration’s alleged links to Russia, a decision by Republicans to launch investigations into the FBI’s handling of a probe into Hillary Clinton. The Republican chairmen of two House …
Republican committees investigate Clinton and ObamaBBC News
Donald Trump’s grievances about Hillary Clinton to be investigated by House RepublicansABC Online
Republicans open investigations into Clinton uranium deal and Obama DOJABC News
New York Times –Los Angeles Times –Politico –The Hill
all 220 news articles »

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