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Russia exploited real vulnerabilities that exist across online platforms and we must identify, expose, and defend ourselves against similar covert influence operations in the future.
The companies here today must play a central role as we seek to better protect legitimate political expression, while preventing cyberspace from being misused by our adversaries.” As part of that continuing effort to educate the public and seek additional analysis, the Committee Minority is making available all IRA advertisements identified by Facebook.
The data made available today does not include the 80,000 pieces of organic content shared on Facebook by the IRA.
We expect to make this content public in the future. During the Committee’s November 2017 open hearing, the Minority introduced into the record 2,752 Twitter accounts that Twitter identified as connected to the Internet Research Agency (IRA), the Kremlin-linked “troll farm.” These accounts were designed to impersonate U. news entities, political parties, and groups focused on social and political issues.
Mueller III indicted 13 Russian individuals and three Russian organizations for engaging in operations to interfere with U. political and electoral processes, including the 2016 presidential election. These groups and pages, which addressed divisive U. political and social issues, falsely claimed to be controlled by U. activists when, in fact, they were controlled by Defendants. Trump (“Trump Campaign”) and disparaging Hillary Clinton. Defendants also staged political rallies inside the United States, and while posing as U. Moreover, Congress does not have the technical expertise to fully analyze this data—that lies in outside groups such as news publications and academic researchers.
The test disconnection would provide ISPs with data about how their networks would react.
persons and without revealing their Russian association, communicated with unwitting individuals associated with the Trump Campaign and with other political activists to seek to coordinate political activities.” Additionally, in their October 2016 joint attribution statement, the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence laid out the Intelligence Community’s assessment that senior Russian government officials had directed a hacking-and-dumping campaign to interfere in the November 2016 U. According to the ICA: “Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election.
In its subsequent Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) in January 2017, the Intelligence Community further documented Moscow’s interference in our election and its efforts to assist Donald Trump’s campaign and harm Hillary Clinton’s.
The House Intelligence Committee Minority has worked to expose the Kremlin’s exploitation of social media networks since the ICA was first published, highlighting this issue for the American public during an open hearing with social media companies in November 2017.
Russia’s goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency.” The ICA also assesses that: “Putin and the Russian Government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump.” Putin and the Russian government, the ICA explained: “[A]spired to help President-elect Trump’s election chances when possible by discrediting Secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her unfavorably to him.” The tools to carry out this covert operation were multifaceted, according to the Assessment: “Moscow’s influence campaign followed a Russian messaging strategy that blends covert intelligence operations—such as cyber activity—with overt efforts by Russian Government agencies, state-funded media, third-party intermediaries, and paid social media users or “trolls.” As explained in our Minority Views, the House Intelligence Committee Minority affirmed the ICA’s findings following a review of extensive classified and unclassified evidence in the course of the investigation, including significant information discovered since the release of the ICA in January 2017.