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Jailed Reuters journalists in Myanmar win UN press freedom prize. Episode Disabled Myanmar teen football champ defies the odds. While Facebook took down the official accounts of senior Myanmar military leaders in August, the breadth and details of the propaganda campaign — which was hidden behind fake names and sham accounts — went undetected. The campaign, described by five people who asked for anonymity because they feared for their safety, included hundreds of military personnel who created troll accounts and news and celebrity pages on Facebook and then flooded them with incendiary comments and posts timed for peak viewership.
Working in shifts out of bases clustered in foothills near the capital, Naypyidaw, officers were also tasked with collecting intelligence on popular accounts and criticizing posts unfavorable to the military, the people said. So secretive were the operations that all but top leaders had to check their phones at the door. Facebook confirmed many of the details about the shadowy, military-driven campaign.
On Monday, after questions from The New York Times, it said it had taken down a series of accounts that supposedly were focused on entertainment but were instead tied to the military. Those accounts had 1. It is another facet of the disruptive disinformation campaigns that are unfolding on the site.
In the past, state-backed Russians and Iranians spread divisive and inflammatory messages through Facebook to people in other countries. In the United States, some domestic groups have now adopted similar tactics ahead of the midterm elections. In August , after months of reports about anti-Rohingya propaganda on Facebook, the company acknowledged that it had been too slow to act in Myanmar.
Gleicher said. The military threw major resources at the task, the people said, with as many as people on it. They began by setting up what appeared to be news pages and pages on Facebook that were devoted to Burmese pop stars, models and other celebrities, like a beauty queen with a penchant for parroting military propaganda.
They then tended the pages to attract large numbers of followers, said the people. They took over one Facebook page devoted to a military sniper, Ohn Maung, who had won national acclaim after being wounded in battle. They also ran a popular blog, called Opposite Eyes, that had no outward ties to the military, the people said. Troll accounts run by the military helped spread the content, shout down critics and fuel arguments between commenters to rile people up.Rwanda Contact Us - Ask questions and suggest improvements.
Pakistan Those accounts had 1. Impact Report Solidar 1. Click or press enter to select the suggestion. In December , conflict escalated, disrupting civilian lives and causing more than 19, people to flee their homes by any means possible including bamboo rafts and on foot from mountainous areas. City Mart Aung San Stadium.