Defense Against the Dark Arts: Networked Propaganda and Counter-Propaganda
Jonathan Stray

Dunno about the deep content but do know this piece is thinly veiled propaganda. Why start, and indeed limit your nation state analysis to Russian and China when the most obvious example is much closer to home?

Indeed, why concentrate on nations when the most glaring examples of constant political and ideological propaganda are pumped out be certain, though not all, privately-owned corporations?

Arguably, some of the most insidious propaganda flies right under our high-set radars as “advertising”.

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