The CCP is known to employ immoral and despicable means and tools to secure its unethical objectives. However, due to the insufficiency of evidence, it was not possible to prove that China-based forces were indulging in disinformation campaigns across the world. Things have taken a shift now owing to large scale investigations, reported the Hong Kong Post. Russia was once involved in an aggressive disinformation campaign ahead of the 2016 US elections. China is on a similar foot for the past many years. However, investigations and takedowns of fake accounts helped uncover the real picture, reported the Hong Kong Post.
Now there is evidence that pro-China forces have actively been carrying out a range of manipulative operations on global social media platforms, ensuring maximum efficacy.
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