Agata Burdonova, 31, is an alleged former manager at the infamous Internet Research Agency (IRA). So why has she moved to Bellevue?
Authored by Daniel Greenfield via Sultan Knish blog, Bots. Is there anything they can’t do? The Internet Research Agency indictment accuses a troll bot farm of trying to influence the election in what the media claims is the worst attack on America since Pearl Harbor. Show More Summary
Adrian Chen discusses the role of “experts” in the Trump-Russia story, in particular the frenzy over last week’s federal indictment targeting the Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency. Is it possible to be a skeptic without playing into the President’s hands?
Just as Presidents Day weekend kicked off, special counsel Robert Mueller indicted the Russian organization Internet Research Agency and 13 Russian nationals for interfering in the 2016 presidential election. The fact that Russia meddled...Show More Summary
After Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged 13 people associated with the Russian troll farm known as the Internet Research Agency with conspiracy to interfere in the 2016 election, it didn’t take long for known Russian Twitter bots...Show More Summary
Yevgeny Prigozhin is one of Russia’s richest and most powerful oligarchs and Russian President Putin’s so-called chef. Now, Special Counsel Mueller’s indictment ties him to the Internet Research Agency, a source of disinformation during the 2016 election.
Ex-employees of the Internet Research Agency, which was indicted last week over meddling in the 2016 election, described their often bizarre work lives.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange weighed in on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s nothing burger indictment on Friday. The Russians from The Internet Research Agency spent thousands of dollars on Facebook ads to grow their audiences — something that is very common and encouraged by Facebook corporation. Show More Summary
Adrian Chen talks to the indicted Russian I.T. worker Mikhail Burchik, accused of overseeing the Internet Research Agency and spreading pro-Trump propaganda.
(Scott Johnson) John and Steve have written good posts on the indictment against Internet Research Agency et al. handed up by the grand jury in the Special Counsel investigation yesterday. The government has posted the indictment here. Show More Summary
A 37-page indictment issued by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s team on Friday brings fresh American attention to one of the strangest elements of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election: The Internet Research Agency (IRA), a state-sponsored “troll factory” in St. Show More Summary
On Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller indicted thirteen Russian nationals for attempting to sabotage the 2016 US elections. The 37-page indictment alleges that Russians working for the Internet Research Agency, a Kremlin-linked troll...Show More Summary
Employees and associates of the Internet Research Agency, a shadowy company based in St. Petersburg, are accused of trying to interfere in the 2016 election.
The office of special counsel Robert Mueller charged 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies on Friday for illegally interfering in the US political system. The charges directly targeted the Internet Research Agency, a Russian...Show More Summary
Ever wished your personal or corporate Facebook account had the same polish and verve as the legion of fake accounts created by Russia’s election trolls? Then here’s good news. The newly indicted Internet Research Agency, or a former worker at the St. Show More Summary
The most chilling aspect of that blockbuster Mueller indictment? The bureaucracy behind Russia's onslaught.
Trump, as always, is lying. Just one example from the New York Times: In 2014, Russians working for a shadowy firm called the Internet Research Agency started gathering American followers in online groups focused on issues like religion and immigration. Show More Summary
Adrian Chen on Robert Mueller’s indictment of Russians involved in interfering with the 2016 U.S. Presidential election and what the indictment reveals about the shadowy, Kremlin-connected Internet Research Agency.
To some Russians, Friday’s indictment means vindication. Activists, journalists, and former employees have been working for years to shed light on the St. Petersburg troll factory known as the Internet Research Agency. While the organization is most famous for its role in the 2016 U.S. election, it has also sought to manipulate public opinion inside […]
Media Matters reports: On February 16, the Justice Department and special counsel Robert Mueller issued an indictment against 13 Russian nationals, along with the Russian entity the Internet Research Agency (IRA), charging them with defrauding the United States and interfering in the 2016 presidential election campaign. Show More Summary