In 2020, 81 countries had "computational propaganda" showing up on social media.
Industrialized Disinformation: 2020 Global Inventory of Organized Social Media Manipulation. Samantha Bradshaw, Hannah Bailey, Phillip N. Howard. Oxford Internet Institute, 2021
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