Twitter says Russian meddling ahead of 2016 election more widespread than estimated

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Twitter said that Russian meddling ahead of the 2016 Presidential election was more widespread than it initially estimated.

It pledged to let users of the service know if they were exposed to propaganda associated with a Kremlin-linked troll farm.

The social network said it had identified 3,814 accounts linked to the internet research agency, which was the seat of the Russian propaganda effort.

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