The international hacktivist group Anonymous called the UK's Integrity Initiative a "large-scale information secret service" created by London to "counteract Russian propaganda" and meddle in other states’ domestic affairs. On November 23, the hacktivist group released documents related to the project and said that the program was launched in 2015 and funded by the UK government.
Documents of the project leaked by the hackers showed, in particular, that the Integrity Initiative had received funding from the US State Department, NATO and Facebook. Anonymous claimed that the Integrity Initiative included covert structures capable of interfering in the domestic affairs of France, Germany, Italy, Greece, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Norway, Serbia, Spain, and Montenegro.
The documents, published by Anonymous, showed that the Integrity Initiative's costs for the fiscal year ending on March 31, 2019, were estimated at £1.96 million pounds ($2.51 million).
Earlier this month, the website for the British disinformation group Integrity Initiative was taken down and its Twitter account locked. Investigative journalist Kit Klarenberg told Sputnik Monday the organization was “but one cog in a wider propaganda machine.”
The Anonymous hacktivist group recently published a new batch of documents with more details on the UK's Integrity Initiative (II), which has been carrying out a covert operation to influence allies to target Russia.
Anonymous hacktivist group published a new batch of documents with more details on the UK Integrity Initiative covert operation to influence allies and target Russia, namely with some new information about Integrity Initiative's Institute for Statecraft head, Christopher Donnelly. Sputnik spoke about it with investigative journalist Gordon Dimmack.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Hacktivist group Anonymous published late on Thursday a new batch of documents with more details on UK Integrity Initiative covert operation to influence allies and target Russia, namely with some new information about Integrity Initiative's Institute for Statecraft head, Christopher Donnelly.
Hacked Institute for Statecraft files raise serious questions about what role the organization and its staff - if not the British state itself - has played in the 'RussiaGate' scandal.
A recent expose on Twitter has illuminated a telling connection between the British government’s Integrity Initiative and a supposedly independent citizen journalism website. But when a social media critic published proof on Twitter last week, the site suspended the user’s account for supposedly showing personal information.
In my previous report on the Integrity Initiative’s German cluster, I outlined why the country was a "most important" target for the shadowy information warfare effort. In this article, I discuss the various individuals cluster chief Hannes Adomeit, a political scientist and "cold warrior of the old school", has sought to recruit to the effort.
Hacker group Anonymous has called on the UK government to conduct an honest investigation into the activity of the Integrity Initiative project, a UK-based firm, claiming to be fighting Russian "propaganda". On Friday Anonymous leaked new documents containing evidence of the Integrity Initiative's connections to the Salisbury attack.
On the afternoon of January 4 I was putting the finishing touches to a series of articles about the Integrity Initiative's activities in Germany, when hacking syndicate Anonymous released another tranche of files plucked from the organization's internal servers. The content was so explosive I was forced to put the multi-part project on hold.
A new batch of leaked documents by the Anonymous hacktivist group show that the UK’s Integrity Initiative project played a central role in influencing the media narrative after the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury last March.
The hacktivist group Anonymous recently leaked another batch of documents containing evidence of the UK Integrity Initiative project's connections to the Salisbury attack. Radio Sputnik discussed the latest revelations with George Szamuely, a political analyst and author of the "Bombs for Peace: NATO's Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia."
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Anonymous has recently leaked another bunch of files that the hackers claimed had been obtained from the Integrity Initiative, a state-run British project for targeting global Russian media influence.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The UK authorities are preparing for new attempts to confront and discredit the Sputnik news agency and RT broadcaster, which is shown by documents released by the Anonymous hacktivist group, a member of the Russian parliament's upper house's defence committee, Frants Klintsevich, told Sputnik on Saturday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The UK Integrity Initiative project, engaged in information campaigns targeting Russia, is creating a branch network in the former republics of the Soviet Union and in European countries, and has also suggested to the UK government to create branches in the US, according to documents from the hacktivist group Anonymous.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Anonymous hacktivist group released reports on the activities of the Sputnik news agency and RT broadcaster, as well as invoices for writing them, as part of a new batch of documents of the UK state-funded Integrity Initiative hybrid warfare project.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Anonymous hacktivist group published a new batch of documents and invoices, which it says are the evidence of the UK state-funded Integrity Initiative project analyzing the activities of the opposition Labour Party and its leader Jeremy Corbyn, as well as the Russian RT broadcaster, with the use of UK taxpayers’ money.
Hacking syndicate Anonymous has just released its fourth tranche of documents hacked from the internal servers of the Institute for Statecraft and its subsidiary, the Integrity Initiative. Several explosive files raise serious questions about the shadowy British state and NATO-funded ‘think tank’ and its connections with the Skirpal affair.
In November hacking syndicate Anonymous leaked internal files from the shadowy Institute for Statecraft and its subsidiary the Integrity Initiative. The explosive documents exposed how the 'think tank' was in fact an international "information war effort", run by British military intelligence specialists, and funded by the British state and NATO.
Among the bombshell leaked documents exposing the internal workings and activities of the shadowy Institute for Statecraft - the front 'charity' behind Integrity Initiative - is a file dating to July 2016, detailing how the organization facilitated a visit of Ukrainian Reserve Officers to the UK, an effort bankrolled by the Ministry of Defence.
On Friday, the hacker group Anonymous leaked a new portion of documents related to the activities of the Integrity Initiative - a UK-based company, claiming to be fighting "propaganda and disinformation", but primarily focusing on Russia.