Trove of ‘Russian troll’ posts unprotected by Congress

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Senators have opted to recover some, though not all, examples of a posts suspicion to have been posted by Russia-backed trolls

Further instances of amicable media posts and ads suspicion to be partial of Russian graduation efforts to change a final US presidential choosing and order a multitude have been common with a public.

The US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence expelled a imagery following a conference during that Facebook, Twitter and Instagram were criticised for carrying underestimated a problem.

The examples are a fragment of a series of posts that have been flagged as being questionable by a tech companies themselves.

Other cases had been displayed on Capitol Hill progressing in a week.

In addition, a senators released information about how much had been spent promoting a material and how many people had been shown it. They have also supposing a prolonged list of Russia-linked Twitter accounts that have now been suspended.

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This ad was targeted during people who had shown seductiveness in Christianity, a Bible and/or Andrew Breitbart, a owner of a Breitbart news site

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A sum of 53,425 roubles ($818; £694) was spent compelling this page – it was shown to 201,428 users and was clicked on 12,127 times

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This video was promoted to African Americans though educated to bar Hispanics and Asian Americans

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This post was promoted to Tea Party supporters and gun owners among others, and was clicked on 85 times

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A sum of 500 roubles ($8.58; £6.50) was spent compelling this ad to Bernie Sanders supporters, that led it to be shown to 1,938 users

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