Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
DHS Looks to Expand Tracking of Election Interference Through Social Media
NextGov.com, by: Brandi Vincent, July 1, 2020
The Homeland Security Department intends to tap into custom-created algorithms, analytics and commercially-offered services to trace and capture deliberate efforts by foreign state and non-state actors to sway Americans’ views via social media leading up to the 2020 election.

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