Reddit Uncovers Russian Interference Campaign Ahead of Pivotal UK Election

Fears of Russian interference ahead of a heated U.K. election were all but confirmed this week with a Reddit post.

In a post Friday, Reddit announced that its internal investigation found evidence that an account purportedly linked to Russian disinformation campaign was behind last month’s leak of contentious US-UK trade documents on the platform.

“We were recently made aware of a post on Reddit that included leaked documents from the UK. We investigated this account and the accounts connected to it, and today we believe this was part of a campaign that has been reported as originating from Russia,” Reddit wrote.

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