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Dangers of 'reporting' open web and deep web chatter in the wake of terror attacks
12 April 2017, 7:52 pm

If media outlets, individual reporters, or simple watchers take the volume of open web or deep web chatter after terror attacks as evidence, then they will fall victim to bots and trolls -- and ultimately mislead their networks.

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