Quote<<<AIVD was, we're told, able to compromise security cameras surrounding
the building used by the Cozy Bear crew, to look out for known Russian spies
entering the joint. The Euro snoops duly tipped off the FBI that something was
afoot.<<<end of Quote.
Quote<<< Meanwhile, Facebook, Google, and Twitter on Thursday responded to
questions from US Senate lawmakers looking into Russia spreading disinformation
on social media to divide America during the 2016 White House race.
These companies, which sold ads to Russian buyers, some linked to the
have been wrestling with how they can keep selling ads to allcomers without
selling out US citizens in the process.>>>end of quote.
Quote<<< Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch meanwhile
it is closing holes in its ads system that allowed hate-based advert
targeting, and has added thousands of reviewers to help review content flowing
through its system.
He also acknowledged that Russian trolls had used Facebook to create 129
real-world events, like an anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim rally in Idaho, for
which a total of 62,500 people said they planned to attend. >>>end of quote.
Cyberlife on the internet gets much more intriguing...What with the Russian
government being shown code on anti-virus software...