60% of all Russian-language Twitter accounts seem to be automated, that is, these are bots. This is stated in the report of the NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence, a research center based in Riga that facilitates the transformation of the alliance, the Voice of America reports.
"Russian-speaking bots create about 70% of all Russian reports on NATO in the Baltic States and Poland. In general, 60% of active Russian-language accounts have the form of automated ones. For comparison, 39% of English-language accounts are bots," the report notes.
The study, called Robotrolling, notes that its findings are based on an analysis of tweets that concerned NATO in the Baltic countries and Poland.
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