During the politically sensitive weeks before an election, public discussions often intensify. In Canada this summer, the buzz has included discussions about the spread of bots on social media.
Bots are automated social media accounts that are programmed by humans to send hundreds and sometimes thousands of messages a day. News stories are written to inform and possibly warn Canadians about the existence of these bots, which are currently at the centre of public and academic debates, sometimes reaching the level of moral panic.
Nearly a third of MPs have trackers embedded on their official websites that could allow them to target visitors with campaign ads, an investigation by CBC News reveals.
People who visit one of those MP websites — to learn how to apply for a passport, for example, or to find a phone number for an MP’s riding office — could find re-election ads for that MP popping up in their Facebook feeds, or on websites they later visit.
There’s a bright side to the Russian government’s attempt to interfere in our elections: Because many Americans are now highly concerned about how misinformation on social media can impact our democracy, scientists are calling for a new research agenda to fully understand the threat.
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