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NATO CANADA latest event with Alexandra Alvarova

NATO CANADA latest event with Alexandra Alvarova highlighted the importance of evaluating the content we are consuming daily in terms of disinformation and propaganda! She discussed […]
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Afternoon Tea: Battlefields of the Mind – Propaganda & Fake News

On October 8th, 2019 British Chamber of Commerce hosted Alexandra Alvarová for a networking session and discussion on ‘Battlefields of the Mind – Propaganda & Fake […]
13. 9. 2019

Kremlin Propaganda: Soviet Active Measures by Other Means

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“In the words of Mark Zuckerberg… he would rather – his words – buy than compete.” There is “no competition, basically” in the world of social media, Senator Amy Klobuchar tells me, and her new book Antitrust explores the issue: “We go after that with our anti-trust laws, and the time has come for that.”
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“In the words of Mark Zuckerberg… he would rather – his words – buy than compete.” There is “no competition, basically” in the world of social media, Senator Amy Klobuchar tells me, and her new book Antitrust explores the issue: “We go after that with our anti-trust laws, and the time has come for that.”
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"In fact, according to Yuri Shvets, you can’t fully understand the scope of Russian intelligence until you understand that Putin sees artificial intelligence, supercomputers, and control of advanced computer technology as Russia’s most vital national security issue. “This is, for Putin, as essential to the survival of his regime as it was for Stalin to get the A-bomb,” Shvets told me. “There are seventeen thousand Russian IT guys working in the United States, and a great number of them are connected with Russian intelligence—bright people who’ve been working inside Apple, Microsoft, and other companies for years. “For Russian intelligence, it would have been like a Klondike to penetrate Epstein’s network of tech people who work on artificial intelligence and supercomputers. It would have been the equivalent of penetrating the Manhattan Project in World War II.” Enter, into Jeffrey Epstein’s world, Svetlana Pozhidaeva." (from "American Kompromat: How the KGB Cultivated Donald Trump, and Related Tales of Sex, Greed, Power, and Treachery" by Craig Unger)
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