Covid-19 disinformation and social media manipulation trends : attempted influence in disguise: the Iranian influence operation disguised as British journalists, activists and hobby fanatics posting about Covid-19, US politics and Black Lives Matter / Ben Strick

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Strick, Ben & Australian Strategic Policy Institute, issuing body. (2020). Covid-19 disinformation and social media manipulation trends : attempted influence in disguise: the Iranian influence operation disguised as British journalists, activists and hobby fanatics posting about Covid-19, US politics and Black Lives Matter Retrieved November 29, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2897320701

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Strick, Ben and Australian Strategic Policy Institute, issuing body. Covid-19 disinformation and social media manipulation trends : attempted influence in disguise: the Iranian influence operation disguised as British journalists, activists and hobby fanatics posting about Covid-19, US politics and Black Lives Matter [Barton, Australian Capital Territory]: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 2020. Web. 29 November 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2897320701>

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Strick, Ben & Australian Strategic Policy Institute, issuing body. 2020, Covid-19 disinformation and social media manipulation trends : attempted influence in disguise: the Iranian influence operation disguised as British journalists, activists and hobby fanatics posting about Covid-19, US politics and Black Lives Matter Australian Strategic Policy Institute, [Barton, Australian Capital Territory] viewed 29 November 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2897320701

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