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Dutch court convicts woman for spreading IS propaganda
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Ukrainian MP blasts 'hysterical' Facebook over influence network ban
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Twitter removes Chinese state-backed disinformation network
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EU identifies 'pro-Kremlin sources' as architects of disinformation
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