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The perils of statistics

Yesterday the Financial Times reported that a study by Oxford University shows that Russia’s Twitter influence on brexit was minimal. This was jumped on by people who always vehemently denied that this kind of subterfuge is within the capabilities or

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Russia

We seem to be seeing more traction on the Russia issue. Even The Telegraph is now getting in on it. Most of the reactions to it are negative. I think there are two main reasons for this: 1. People who

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Russia

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-38273933 Russia being involved in the Clinton email leaks will surprise nobody, but I’m much more interested in how much they manipulate social media. Social media is well known to be of interest to British intelligence services, thanks to the

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