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Russia’s disinformation campaign wasn’t just on Facebook and Twitter. Here are all the social media platforms Russian trolls weaponized du...

Researchers found that virtually no social media platform was untouched by the Russian-linked disinformation campaign.

A new report found that Russia’s disinformation operation in the US picked up speed even after it was caught by Mueller

The Internet Research Agency's influence operations didn't stop after it was caught. On the contrary, the troll farm saw a spike in engagement rates.
Vladimir Putin

‘It’s like playing whack-a-mole’: A string of recent revelations paints a stark picture of Russia’s ongoing campaign to meddle...

The US is proactively combatting Russian attacks, but they're using sophisticated methods to find weak links in the explosive political environment.
Alex Stamos, Facebook's outgoing chief security officer.

Facebook’s former security boss says the US will ‘never eliminate’ election meddling

Alex Stamos, Facebook's former security boss, told the MIT Technology Review that propaganda and disinformation are a problem that will never be solved.
The Kremlin is pictured above in Moscow on March 7, 2017.

The DOJ has charged a Russian woman working for a close Putin ally with conspiring to interfere in the 2018 midterms

The woman, Elena Khusyaynova, is accused of playing a central financial role in a social-media influence operation known as "Project Lakhta" that prosecutors say "continues to this day."
Robert Mueller.

Mueller dropped a hint that he’s nowhere near finished charging people in the Russia probe

Prosecutors are seeking to scale back evidence sharing in their case against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities. The special counsel Robert Mueller cited the risk of revealing who "uncharged individuals and entities" are believed to be "continuing to engage in interference operations."
A demonstrator holds up a sign of Vladimir Putin during an anti-Trump 'March for Truth' rally on June 3, 2017 in New York City.

Leaked documents shed light on the astonishing intricacy of Russia’s trolling operation

The Internet Research Agency's efforts to sow discord during and after the 2016 election went further than we knew.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin talk during the family photo session at the APEC Summit in Danang, Vietnam November 11, 2017.

Mueller’s latest move just dealt the White House a massive ‘black eye’

President Donald Trump's central theory about the Russia investigation has come undone.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller departs after briefing members of the U.S. Senate on his investigation of potential collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign in Washington

California resident Richard Pinedo pleaded guilty to identity fraud in connection to Mueller’s Russia probe

Richard Pinedo unwittingly aided the Russians in their social media influence operation.
Donald Trump.

Trump launches into morning tweetstorm on Russia and White House domestic abuse controversy

President Donald Trump went off on Saturday about recent developments that have shaken the White House and the US national security apparatus.