Russian Interference: European Media Trapped

This article talks about how the operations of destabilization by the Kremlin rely on the attention they receive in various media outlets. Recently, a report by Microsoft highlighted the publication of yet another pro-Russian fake documentary attacking the 2024 Paris Olympics. These fake sites and content attacking French support for Ukraine, the Elysée, and fueling political and social tensions in the country have been on the rise in Europe and France since 2022.

Despite the efforts of these suspected technical infrastructures operated from the East to spread their messages, their impact seems to be relatively ineffective. The fake Tom Cruise voice video had minimal viewership before being removed from YouTube, and the Twitter accounts linked to these activities are often flagged as spam. Even on Facebook, the frequency of ads from these fake sites is decreasing.

Interestingly, Russian disinformers are increasingly targeting mainstream media to spread their false narratives. Some even go as far as to alert major media outlets about the fake content produced by the propaganda. Organizations like Reset and Check First have analyzed this strategy, revealing how pro-Russian accounts approach hundreds of editors, politicians, and researchers to promote false information favorable to the Kremlin.

In conclusion, while the efforts of Russian interference persist, their impact seems to be waning, especially in the face of increased scrutiny from both social media platforms and traditional media outlets.

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