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Kremlin's Twitter Manipulation, the Mirror Universe, and America's Cybersecurity Failures

Last Week in Plain English
Kremlin's Twitter Manipulation, the Mirror Universe, and America's Cybersecurity Failures
By In Plain English • Issue #20 • View online
Hello and welcome to our 20th issue. In this week’s edition, we take a look at how the Russian government (via its vast network of Twitter accounts) uses social media to disseminate misinformation. And how a forgotten audio app has now become the lifeline for anti-war activists in Russia.
Also, learn why increasing the number of women in technology is critical in combating AI bias.
In addition, check the Featured Job section if you’re looking for work as a Backend Software Engineer.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

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