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The Morrison authorities has been warned a coordinated interference marketing campaign unleashed by international states or malicious actors via social media platforms is a critical danger to handle within the looming federal election marketing campaign.
With the federal contest now imminent, a Senate select committee established in late 2019 to research the dangers posed to Australia’s democracy by international interference via social media platforms together with Facebook, Twitter and WeChat has used its first report back to urge the Coalition to undertake higher protocols earlier than the ballot.
The new report concludes Australia presently lacks among the institutional structure wanted to reply successfully and proactively to the specter of international interference.
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