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Jada Cumberland

Cyber Operations, Class of 2026

Category CYSE 202G

This course is primarily about developing information skills and ways of thinking about information, not primarily about acquiring and demonstrating mastery of some set of facts or ideas.

Fact Checking

A post by Snopes details a claim made by former president Donald Trump’s supporters that a county in Georgia could not certify the results of the 2020 presidential election because it did not have digital records (Palma 2021). This fact-checking… Continue Reading →

Information Warfare and Information Literacy

This article describes the activity of the Russian Propaganda machine during the Ukrainian War between 2014 and 2016. They used disinformation to portray themselves as the benevolent protectors of Jews in Ukraine; in reality, it was simply an excuse to… Continue Reading →

Short Circuit Article Reflection

The authors of this article focused on the following three frames: Authority is Constructed and Contextual, Scholarship as Conversations, and Information Creation as a Process. The text goes into further detail on the construction of false authority in moral panics, especially… Continue Reading →

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