A collective defense requires misinformation.The increasingly intertwined relationship between the technology sector and global politics examines the TechCrunch Global Affairs Project.
A collective defense requires misinformation
After the 2016 elections, the term disinformation, targeting political campaigns, was widely used to refer to government agencies.
The nature of the threat continues to shift faster
Democracies can adapt to it despite the vigilance and great effort on the part of the government. In exchange for paid employment, government actors and disinformation devices targeting corporations, individuals, and governments alike with financial motivation and ideologically motivated individuals disseminate disinformation.
With the turbulent shifts in the geopolitical landscape now underway in the US election year, targeting democratic institutions and private sector entities, we expect an increase in disinformation campaigns.