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As a journalist I think a lot about the power and impact of words — or information, in a much broader sense. And I am terribly fascinated by the weaponization of information: Information Warfare. A topic which I have worked on for half a decade now, from covering Trump's 2016 digital campaigning to Web War One against Estonia, or The Plot against George Soros, how some evil genius campaigners turned one of the world's richest philanthropists into the most hated person on the Internet. Information Warfare is big. As beings we react to the information we receive, and in an increasingly digital world, this offers potentials for manipulation and thus power. I have compiled a reader to guide you into this world.
- Belarus has torn up the protest rulebook. Everyone should listen and 10 other articles and videos
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- Topics covered: society, social media, history, politics, fake news
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