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NamSor applied onomastics helps debunk social media bots and trolls
October 18, 2022
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Social media bots and trolls have names ... what's in a bot name? Analysis of fake names by NamSor shows how information warriors mobilize supposedly "African" and "Asian" social media accounts. The objective is to manipulate our perception of what is true and important in Eastern European current events. Here is how some the research was done by DebunkEU data analysts,

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