The center will be headquartered in Finland next to neighboring Russia, which stands accused of launching so-called “hybrid” attacks, such as the spreading of fake news.
The West has a plan to counter Russia’s aggressive “fake news” engine.
Several EU and NATO nations, including the US and the UK, have signed up to establish a center in Helsinki, Finland to counter cyberattacks and other emerging threats, such as the spreading of disinformation and propaganda.
France, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Finland, Latvia, and Lithuania also signed up as members, announced in the Finnish capital on Tuesday.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet
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