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Daily Dashboard | Senate reports reveal broad scope of Russian misinformation on social media Related reading: GDPR in the eyes of the member states

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A pair of reports prepared for the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee found 10 million posts and messages were sent by Russian operatives across all social media platforms, The Washington Post reports. The reports found the operatives sought to sow dischord among American voters. The reports (here and here) found Russian agents used Facebook to target minority voters. Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said in response her company has taken steps to combat the issue. Meanwhile, Twitter announced it has investigated traffic that may be from state-sponsored hackers, and it has patched a pair of security flaws. (Registration may be required to access this story.) Editor's Note: You can subscribe to the IAPP's Content Moderation Digest here.
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