Russia’s cyber trolls hit internet based as NATO troops collect in Latvia

Russia’s cyber trolls hit internet based as NATO troops collect in Latvia

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More Canadian troops will arrive in Latvia in the future, fulfilling Ottawa’s devotion of 450 employees for the international fight class tasked with deterring any potential army actions by Russia.

Whilst show of NATO-led “hard power” may persuade the former Soviet superpower to honor their neighbour’s bodily boundaries, the Kremlin’s propaganda device is hard at the job, unveiling digital salvos deep into Latvian region.

Most in the region state the steady stream of disinformation aimed at influencing public-opinion and undermining Latvian culture presents an even more obvious and present hazard than an actual Russian military incursion.

“We were under constant approach right here, wanting to point out that our company is an unsuccessful county, that liberal democratic order features unsuccessful, that Russia does one thing really great by giving community purchase,” said Latvian international Minister Edgars Rinkevics. Continue reading “Russia’s cyber trolls hit internet based as NATO troops collect in Latvia”

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