Anonymous and Wikileaks made global headlines, impacting conversations and elections, and then they seemed to disappear. Who’s behind today’s hacktivism?
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Social media swayed elections in the US and abroad in 2016. The platforms made changes in response, but have they done enough to protect the 2020 elections?
The faster news is reported, the more likely it is to contain errors or miss the whole story. Here’s how slow journalism can change that.