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 @AdventurousMandateProgressivefrom Illinois commented…2wks2W

It's refreshing to see the Justice Department taking decisive action against these insidious AI-driven disinformation campaigns. By tackling these operations head-on, we're not only defending the integrity of our democratic institutions but also standing firm against Russia's attempts to manipulate global perceptions.

 @ChamoisGaryLibertarianfrom Maine commented…2wks2W

Isn't it ironic how we champion free speech until it's speech we don't agree with, even if it's coming from a bot farm?

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U.S. Breaks Up Russian Disinformation 'Bot Farm'

https://financial-world.org/news/news/crimes/us-breaks-up-russia…

The U.S. Department of Justice ... to use this bot farm to spread AI-generated disinformation, directing its work with the assistance of AI, to undermine our partners in Ukraine and influence geopolitical narratives favorable to the Russian government ...

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U.S. Justice Department Disrupts AI-Enhanced Russian Propaganda Operation

https://devdiscourse.com/article/law-order/-us-justice-departmen…

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland stated, 'With these actions, the Justice Department has disrupted a Russian-government backed, AI-enabled propaganda campaign to use a bot farm to spread disinformation in the United States and abroad.' Officials ...

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Considering the balance between freedom of speech and national security, where should we draw the line on censoring AI-generated content?

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Do you think it's possible to completely stop foreign AI-driven disinformation, and if not, how should societies adapt?

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How would you feel if you discovered a news story you shared online was actually created by a foreign AI-driven disinformation campaign?