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"“Russian activity is the canary in the coal mine for a much bigger problem,” said Ben Scott, an adviser to the State Department under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for internet freedom, cybersecurity and the role of social media in public diplomacy. “The tools the Russians are using are built for advertisers, which means they are available to anyone.”"
"“I am worried that disinformation disrupts democracy,” said Malkia Cyril, founder and executive director of the Center for Media Justice in Oakland. “This is a global affair, and it’s something we should all be afraid (of).”
Cyril and others have been pushing companies like Facebook to hire more humans and rely less on algorithms to assist in weeding out disinformation on their platforms."