Social media giants reveal Kremlin-backed posts in meddling probe

Lawyers from Facebook, Twitter and Google have revealed the social media posts they say Russia used to try to sway last year's US presidential election.

    Lawyers from Facebook, Twitter and Google have revealed the social media posts they say Russia used to try to sway last year's US presidential election.

    The tech giants told the Senate Intelligence Committee they found evidence of Russian operatives using front companies to secretly post on behalf of Moscow.

    Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from Washington, DC.


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