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Are political bots stacking the deck in the presidential race?

GUEST: The morning after last week’s presidential debate, social media blew up with opinions on how each candidate fared and riffs on – sniff, sniff – the more interesting and bizarre moments. And, as to be expected, online polls weighed in on which of the contenders won. Being in “the cyber” business, I know that many […]
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