Russian influence thrived on Instagram, Google's $1B NYC expansion
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After Facebook and Twitter grew aware of Russian misinformation campaigns, Instagram became the next target of attack.
That was the takeaway from two comprehensive reports on Russia's media manipulation efforts during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Report also explain how Russian inforns suppress voter turn up and deepen for the recultivation.
Google is planning $1B expansion in New York city to be know as Google Hudson Square.
This is the follow up to the companies purchase of Manhattan Chelsea market it cost $2.4B last March The West Village campus will include a lease of buildings, at 550 Washington Street and 315, and 345 Hudson Street.
[SOUND] And finally CNet has released it's best games of 2018 list, this time pulling a number of CNet editors from all gaming background.
The top of the list is occupied by AAA titles like God of War, Red Dead Redemption II, and Spider-Man.
But indie games filled many spots in the final list, as well, including titles like Doughnut County, Celeste, and Dead Cells, proving that a big budget doesn't always mean critical acclaim.
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