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Of domain names and ducks

How can we tackle the problem of doppelganger disinformation campaigns? This blog post explores the suitability of the classic duck method to taking action against doppelganger deception.

Research is a core part of what we do. It involves identifying, uncovering, and explaining disinformation campaigns and networks, using open source investigation techniques (OSINT) and social media network analysis methodologies. We disseminate our findings via our partnerships with the media and leading experts in the field.

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