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Pro-China trolls target Lynas with weaponised disinformation

LYNAS Rare Earths is reportedly in the cross-hairs of a trolling campaign launched by the same group of pro-China hackers that has pushed anti-democracy messages in Hong Kong, and more recently misinformation that COVID-19 started in the US, not Wuhan, China, as has been found.

Anti-Lynas protests in Malaysia are being weaponised in the US

Anti-Lynas protests in Malaysia are being weaponised in the US

Overnight, US cyber security firm Mandiant claimed it had identified a disinformation campaign from the group, dubbed Dragonbridge, targeting Lynas and other REE hopefuls seeking to establish production...

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