"We already have systems in place to monitor Islamic State propaganda on the Internet, and we should do the same for authoritarian propaganda," she wrote in an article for the USA Today.
Albright reiterated accusations by US homeland security and intelligence that the Russian government was behind the sensitive leaks from the Democratic National Committee email accounts, published by WikiLeaks, claiming the website was friends with Russian officials.
"The U.S. government should work with technology companies to develop better policies to deal with anti-democratic trolling, as they have done with cyberbullying, hate speech and violent extremism," the top US diplomat under Bill Clinton wrote.
The Clinton campaign has blamed Russia for directing leaks of emails from the hacked account of US Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s election campaign chairman, John Podesta, in a bid to interfere with the US election process. Russia has denied the allegations.