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Russian propaganda engaged U.S. vets, troops on Twitter and Facebook, study finds

The project's research on social media operations targeted against veterans was covered by McClatchy. The Oxford study categorized 12,413 Twitter users and 11,103 Facebook users whose social media messages referred to or carried content from one or more of the Russian-linked websites between April 2 ...

2017-10-11T12:54:47+00:00 October 11th, 2017|In the News|

Russian operatives used Twitter and Facebook to target veterans and military personnel, study says

The project's latest memo on junk news and social media operations against veterans was covered in the Washington Post. They researchers also tracked information on several military-themed websites and used the traffic to these sites —  along with the Twitter data — to determine what Facebook ...

2017-10-11T12:51:42+00:00 October 11th, 2017|In the News|

Junk News on Military Affairs and National Security

Social media provides political news and information for both active duty military personnel and veterans. We analyze the subgroups of Twitter and Facebook users who spend time consuming junk news from websites that target US military personnel and veterans with conspiracy theories, misinformation, and other ...

2018-01-31T16:11:44+00:00 October 9th, 2017|Working Papers & Data Memos|