Logically, a U.S. technology company using advanced A.I. to tackle harmful disinformation, has published a fact-check piece debunking the most prevalent Russian disinformation narratives on Ukraine. According to the Logically report:
March 9, 2022 Almost two weeks into the war in Ukraine, there continues to be a large amount of misinformation going viral in all forms of media. In response to this, we’ve produced a roundup of claims that we’ve seen on social media about the war. It’s important to identify emerging narratives so that we can quash them. Some of these are rehashed versions of narratives that we already wrote about last week, but some are new and have now combined with other conspiracy communities, including COVID skeptics.
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The Logically report debunks the following Russian narratives on the Ukraine war:
- “Russia is destroying biolabs.”
- “The war is fake.”
- “Putin is battling the New World Order.”
- “Russia’s war is not as bad as anything the U.S. or NATO has done.”
- “Ukraine is full of Nazis.”
In recent months, the Global Influence Operations Report has extensively covered Russian disinformation on Ukraine and will continue to monitor developments as the war unfolds.