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Twitter bot activity spiked after the release of the Mueller Report

The News Articles Saturday, 20 April 2019
Twitter bot activity spiked after the release of the Mueller ReportImage: SafeGuard Cyber (supplied) The process of Russian-linked Twitter bots and trolls spiked after the discharge of the Mueller File, George Kamide, Director at virtual possibility coverage supplier SafeGuard Cyber informed ZDNet nowadays. Kamide stated his corporate seen a 286 p.c build up in Russian bot and troll process on Twitter following the general public …
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