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How Disinformation Has Morphed for the 2020 Election | Washington Post

Despite years of added familiarity, social media giants have found no magic bullet to fight disinformation, or “fake news,” since the 2016 U.S. elections. If anything, America’s adversaries, including Russia and China, have become “more adept at using social media to alter how we think, behave and decide,” according to the U.S. intelligence community’s threat assessment, and have branched beyond politics to other hot-button issues including the coronavirus pandemic. Even more alarming, perhaps, the appeal of such tactics appears to be growing among elements of both major parties.

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Source: How Disinformation Has Morphed for the 2020 Election | Washington Post

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