Reading a new report on Russian online interference in the 2016 Presidential election is a cognitively disturbing experience. The report, prepared by the cybersecurity company New Knowledge, was the more detailed of two commissioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee and released on Monday-it is illustrated with screenshots of memes apparently used as part of the Russian campaign of disinformation.
Why the Russian Influence Campaign Remains So Hard to Understand 
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Why the Russian Influence Campaign Remains So Hard to Understand 
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Reading a new report on Russian online interference in the 2016 Presidential election is a cognitively disturbing experience. The report, prepared by the cybersecurity company New Knowledge, was the more detailed of two commissioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee and released on Monday-it is illustrated with screenshots of memes apparently used as part of the Russian campaign of disinformation.
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