Weaponized Information

This is a fascinating read: link below. Here is an excerpt:

“… in the aftermath of the annexation of Crimea and the current destabilisation of Ukraine – that information can be used to disorganise governance, organise anti-government protests, delude adversaries, in uence public opinion, and reduce an opponent’s will to resist. Furthermore, it is critical that such activities begin prior to the onset of traditional military operations.”

Russian Information Warfare: Lessons from Ukraine

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