What We Know — And Don’t Know — About Election Interference at Facebook, Google and Others
Now, it’s Google’s turn in the election spotlight: The search giant revealed Monday it uncovered suspicious ad spending on its platform tied to Russia, much like Facebook and Twitter had done before.
Also over the weekend, President Trump’s digital director Brad Parscale told “60 Minutes” how the campaign used social media and the internet in completely legitimate ways to win the election, no outside help needed.
Between the various reporting and investigations into different platforms during the 2016 election, it’s gotten hard to keep the actual news separate from the fake news. Here’s a quick platform-by-platform guide to where things stand now:
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