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VOA Tuesday October 10, 2017
Russian Operatives Bought Google Ads to Sway US Election
Russian operatives bought tens of thousands of dollars of advertising on the giant internet search engine Google last year in an attempt to help real estate mogul Donald Trump win the U.S. presidency, according to a new report from The Washington Post. People familiar with an investigation by Google told the newspaper the global technology company found that the Russian agents aimed to spread disinformation about the 2016 election across several Google platforms, including its YouTube video site, Google search and its DoubleClick ad program. The discovery by Google, according to the newspaper, appears to show that the ads were not from the same Kremlin-affiliated group that bought election-themed material on the popular social media Facebook site. There has been no immediate comment on the report by Google or U.S. officials. The reported revelation about a Russian link to Google operations comes as numerous congressional committees are in the midst of months of investigations about Russian meddling in the election, a campaign the U.S. intelligence community has concluded was directed by Russian President Vladimir Putin to undermine U.S. democracy and help Trump defeat his Democratic challenger, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...Read more
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