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Twitter Met With Senate Staffers To Discuss Concerns Over Russian Propaganda

Among the concerns was that Russia could be using social media to spread misinformation designed to sway the U.S. presidential election. Among the concerns was that Russia could be using social media to spread misinformation designed to sway the U.S. presidential election. Representatives from Twitter have met with Senate staffers to discuss concerns about Russian-backed efforts to use the network to spread propaganda and misinformation to manipulate the U.
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