disinformation


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misinformation that is deliberately disseminated in order to influence or confuse rivals (foreign enemies or business competitors etc

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There is a major disinformation campaign launched by opposition against our government to spread lies about its work.
Very highly recommended for personal, community, and academic library collections, it should be noted that "Book of Lies: The Disinformation Guide to Magick and the Occult" is also available in a Kindle edition ($10.
I have met allies who can report that Russia, as part of their sophisticated information and disinformation operations, engaged actively with environmental organisations working against shale gas - to maintain European dependence on imported Russian gas," he said.
Within the pages of Disinformation, Pacepa, along with his coauthor, historian Ronald Rychlak, exposes some of the most consequential-yet largely unknown--disinformation campaigns of our lifetime, ones that have changed the lives of Americans in profound ways.
The new website has information about the MOIS, its longstanding campaigns to discredit the resistance organizations, attack websites, publications, disinformation agents, and fellow travelers.
Unless the Birmingham campaign can get real traction, it saddens me to say that the overwhelming impediment to establishing the truth will be insidious government interference in the form of stonewalling and disinformation tactics.
The administration tasked the group to respond to Soviet disinformation, which the group did by both exposing several Soviet covert operations and by successfully increasing the cost of disinformation to the USSR.
Chapter 25 comes down heavy on TV for doing so much to disseminate the kind of disinformation he has been debunking.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, a diplomatic source told Today's Zaman that similar news reports in the past, circulated by Syrian newspapers close to the Syrian regime, have always turned out to be false, suggesting that the Turkish media should not give credence to such disinformation tactics.
Addressing the possibility that the tools of information freedom may in some ways contribute to the destructions of truthful dialog, the material covers topics such as media and ignorance, disinformation and propaganda in video games, business and advertising misinformation, information age journalism and ignorance, and social media and disinformation.
AaAaAaAaAaAa Morocco "totally rejects the allegations of some individuals who are eager to use disinformation," reporting cases of "kidnapping, arrests and the violation of the international law," said a letter sent by Morocco's Ambassador to the European Communities, Alem Menouar, to the various European institutions.
The Miliband brothers seem more suited for a part in a Harry Potter film than as ministers, Ed Balls is considered to be a bully even by Labour's most hard-line bully boys, Jacqui Smith proved to be more inept than even John Reid and David Blunkett, and as for Bob Ainsworth, Peter Hain and Peter Mandelson - today they are less believable than Saddam Hussein's former Minister of Disinformation "Baghdad Bob".
10 two years ago and would rather forget the disinformation leading up to the invasion, particularly now he's also a Middle East peace envoy.
Yemane termed the reports as "persistent disinformation campaigns by Israeli Intelligence officials.
In "You Are Still Being Lied To: The Remixed Disinformation Guide to Media Distortion, Historical Whitewashes and Cultural Myths", editor Russ Kick has compiled reports, contributions, and commentaries by investigative reporters, political dissidents, academics, media watchdogs, scientist-philosophers, social critics, and independent scholars to reveal the true and underlying stories that have been commonly suppressed, distorted, and ignored by the mainstream media, the political establishment, and the culturally conservative.