Why people fall for elaborate nonsense. Google TAG disrupts a Chinese influence network. Russia frames its invasion as a matter of constitutional law.
ChatGPT and other AI tools for mimicking human responses. China proposes that knowing dissemination of false information be criminalized. Are platforms worrying too much their own influence? Russia dismisses reports of cyberespionage attempts against US National Laboratories. Positive Hack Days and the growing isolation of Russia's cyber sector. Kremlin denies any tension between the Ministry of Defense and the Wagner Group.
RT honcho says her broadcasts are getting out, no matter what. Russian propaganda and diminishing returns. An alternative account of the targeting at Makiivka. And an alternative account of Russian retaliation for Makiivaka. Perspective on ChatGPT.
ChatGPT and the potential for deep fakery and misinformation at scale. Update on Russian cyber activity against Poland. "Everything is very good." Russia says it's open to negotiations. So does Ukraine. Ukrainian and Russian negotiating positions. Complaining about the Ukrainian cyber threat, and of Western "Russophobia." Pseudoscience as backward-striking misinformation. Incommensurable views of information security.
Election meddling: a look at the US midterms. Contrasting takes on Russia's war against Ukraine. Contrasting leadership styles. Nuclear fantasy in Russian domestic influence operations. Addressing battlefield morale: musical shows as friendly influence.