Kazakh authorities say they have 'documented attempts to recruit the local population to the Russian Federation in order to take part in the armed conflict in Ukraine'.
Chinese Facebook accounts were increasingly trying to influence public opinion by targeting journalists, charities and public relations firms.
The arrest of just-freed Nika Gvaramia spotlights the press protections that Georgia, which appears increasingly leaning toward the Kremlin, needs to receive EU candidacy.
Vladimir Putin is trying to rewrite history about how close he came to overthrow last week, but his own side is taunting him.
The campaign, which created fake web pages claiming to be national media and government sites, sought to mislead the public about the Ukraine war and the role of the Kremlin.
Despite the new 'iron curtain' that the Russian regime uses to separate its citizens from the truth, a Finnish newspaper found a unique way of breaking through to ordinary Russians.
China-based disinformation is evolving 'with new threat actors, novel geographic targeting and new adversarial tactics', the report said.
Real journalism is impossible in Russia, say Russian and Central Asian journalists as they join the global call on Moscow to free Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich.
The Russian propaganda machine has closed its office in Rio de Janeiro and is currently facing financial difficulties in paying its employees in Latin America.
Education is the vaccine for disinformation and fake news, say media analysts fighting Russian propaganda in former Soviet republics.