More than 2,800 deceptive Twitter accounts were deleted, along with numerous Facebook accounts, pages and groups.
New study finds these Americans shared more false information during Trump's presidential campaign than other demographics.
U.S. law enforcement tipped the social media giant off to accounts that may have been trying to influence the election outcome.
The pages were overseen by Iranians posing as U.S. and U.K. citizens.
Facebook has previously shied away from banning false and misleading posts in part because of the expense.
The Trump administration's "disinformation campaign" will be examined in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's course.
The influence campaigns were taken down ahead of the midterm elections .
The social media site emailed users who had interacted with the accounts directly on Friday.
New media has created a battlefield that could alter the course of politics in the country.
There has been a "significant increase" in propaganda from Moscow.
That is a sign that bodes well for the prospects of democracy in the region some day. Lev Gudkov, the director of the Levada
We had walked just 200 yards from Al-Ahram when the security forces, appearing from the side streets, suddenly closed in on us and began firing. Snipers were also targeting us. Myself, Ibrahim and many other demonstrators picked up the wounded and carried them back to the lobby of Al-Ahram.
“So this is how liberty dies... with thunderous applause.”
Western diplomats are fond of legally and neatly putting things in boxes. Kremlin tactics are quite the opposite. Russian military thinking doesn't see a clean breakdown between what are weapons of war and what are civilian tools, or what are propaganda forums and what are channels for frank talks. The diplomats and talks are part of the offensive.
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