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Journalists and Royal Commentators Interacting with Hate Accounts Targeting Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex - Report Only (Download)

During our initial investigation into Twitter hate accounts targeting Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, we observed an unusual number of hate accounts interacting with journalists and royal commentators who are frequently cited in the media as "royal experts." This link is only for the report without additional files. Download >>

Published (Nov 09, 2021)

Journalists and Royal Commentators Interacting with Hate Accounts Targeting Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex - Report and Files (Download)

During our initial investigation into Twitter hate accounts targeting Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, we observed an unusual number of hate accounts interacting with journalists and royal commentators who are frequently cited in the media as "royal experts." This link is for the report with additional files. Download >>

Published (Nov 09, 2021)

Twitter Hate Accounts Targeting Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Download)

In October 2021, Bot Sentinel Inc. launched an investigation into the negative Twitter activity concentrated on Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Download >>

Published (Oct 26, 2021)

Inauthentic Accounts Screenshot Archive (Download)

We have compiled a screenshot archive of 798 inauthentic accounts linked to Project Veritas. We believe the screenshots will give the general public and journalists a better understanding of how bad actors use inauthentic accounts to spread disinformation and manipulate trends on Twitter. Download >>

Published (Oct 10, 2021)

Inauthentic Accounts Linked to Project Veritas (Download)

Project Veritas released a deceptive video created to malign Pfizer employees and the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Shortly after Project Veritas released the video, inauthentic Twitter accounts helped amplify the video on Twitter. We have concluded with high confidence that we have identified 798 inauthentic Twitter accounts tied to the organization, and the accounts in question were part of a broader coordinated disinformation campaign. Download >>

Published (Oct 08, 2021)