Combating Digital Disinformation: Resisting Foreign Influence Operations through Federal Policy
Internet-based disinformation operations have infiltrated the universe of political communications in the United States. American politics and elections carry major implications for the national and global economy, as well as for diplomatic relations conducted by and with the United States. As a result, the United States is a major target for politically charged propaganda promulgated by both foreign and domestic actors. This paper presents a two-part approach to countering internet-based disinformation.
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