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Message Russia spreads its propaganda despite the EU ban

After the European Union blocked the Kremlin's main propaganda channels — RT and Sputnik — the occupiers found new ways to spread disinformation, writes the Center for Strategic Communications with reference to AR. NewsGuard, a New York-based disinformation research and monitoring firm, has identified 250 sites spreading Russian disinformation about the war. Some of the sites previously had no clear connection with the Russian Federation, some rebranded to disguise themselves, and some pretend to be independent think tanks or news agencies. They spread fakes that the Ukrainian army has staged deadly attacks against the Russian Federation, that Volodymyr Zelensky is faking his public appearance, that Ukrainian refugees are committing crimes in Germany and Poland, etc. RT and Sputnik's propaganda material is posted on YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram from other accounts. RT video content can appear on social networks under a new brand and logo. 

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