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March 2023
An analysis of fake profiles impersonating Ticketmaster customer service pages and the potential harm done.
#Brands, Facebook, impersonation
November 2022
A deep analysis of snack foods company Mondelēz, including sentiment analysis and comparative analysis.
#Brands, Marketing, Social Listening
October 2022
Analysis of Democrat and Republican supporting Twitter accounts demonstrated that inauthentic users are active and impactful on both sides of the political divide
#Georgia, Midterms, Senate Elections
October 2022
Brand by brand analysis of customer’s peak social activity helps identify optimum times for posting
#Brand Awareness, Brand Strategy, Customer Engagement
September 2022
Following Pelosi’s 2022 visit to Taiwan, Cyabra uncovered a massive number of fake profiles.
#China, China Taiwan War, Disinformation
August 2022
Deep analysis of #boycottFIFA23 and negative sentiment regarding upcoming game FIFA 23.
#Brands, EA Sports, FIFA
August 2022
A study of Netflix’s image on social media, including sentiment analysis and comparative analysis.
#Brands, Marketing, Netflix
August 2022
A study of social trends that followed the most successful Netflix shows.
#Brands, Marketing, Netflix
August 2022
Competitor analysis for Shell and its main rivals found that sentiment was more favorable for Shell than for its competitors.
#BP, Brand Awareness, brand popularity
August 2022
Analysis of the online conversation regarding Aldi and its competitors found that inauthentic profiles have just as much reach as authentic accounts.
#Aldi, brand analysis, Brand Awareness
August 2022
Most social media commentary on American healthcare is negative. A small number of sock puppet accounts amplified the hashtags #Healthcareforall and #Freehealthcare.
#Canada, free healthcare, Healthcare
July 2022
Authentic users are spreading disinformation about the climate change “hoax”.
#Climate Change, Disinformation, Global Warming
July 2022
Inauthentic users create around a third of negative content regarding Citibank, most of it posted on Facebook
#Citibank, Credit Card, Facebook
July 2022
Analysis of conversations about CNN on Twitter, Facebook and TikTok in June / July 2022 found that 14.3% of profiles were inauthentic, and were mostly based in the USA.
#Climate Change, CNN, Inauthentic Accounts
July 2022
The Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v Wade sparked disinformation on home remedy abortions, mostly originating from the United States and United Kingdom
#Abortion, Disinformation, Home Abortion
June 2022
Brands that have been celebrating Pride Month while supporting anti-LGBTQ politicians found themselves in a storm of consumer rage.
#Brands, Marketing, Pride
June 2022
Inauthentic users spreading disinformation created a negative trend toward NATO
#Disinformation, Government, NATO
June 2022
Following the Uvalde school shooting, discourse around gun reform increased 25,000%
#Democrats, Gun Reform, Republicans
June 2022
inauthentic users on Twitter shared more negative content, and harmful content against the protesters in Ecuador
#Ecuador, Ecuadorian protests, harmful content
May 2022
In the wake of the Similac boycott, negative comments about the company were found to originate with both authentic and inauthentic Twitter users.
#baby formula, Boycott, parenting
February 2022
Fake news about a supposed coup in China spread on Twitter and TikTok under the hashtags #ChinaMilataryCoup and #XiJinpinghousearrest
#China, Disinformation, Fake News
January 2022
Cing is widesontent characterizing global warmpread on social media. About 15% of the content originates with inauthentic profiles.
#climate, Climate Change, Disinformation
October 2021
Discourse centered around the #boycottqatar involved both real and fake profiles
#Boycott Qatar, FIFA, Human Rights
October 2021
Much of the discussion of the Pandora Papers in Korea emanated from inauthentic accounts.
#Korea, Pandora Papers, Social Listening
October 2021
Analysing tweets regarding the EU’s canceling Morocco’s trade deals, Cyabra found a higher than average number of inauthentic profiles.
#EU, European Union, inauthentic profiles
August 2021
Fake stories were spread on Twitter following the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban
#Afghanistan, Fake News, Inauthentic Accounts
July 2021
Analysis of tweets discussing Gucci found 14.2% of accounts posting content were inauthentic.
#100 Thieves, Brands, fashion
February 2021
An orchestrated campaign spreading disinformation that the Covid vaccine contained a microchip was found on Twitter and Facebook
#anti-vax, Covid, Medical Disinformation
December 2020
As the Covid vaccines began to roll out, a number of disinformation campaigns were uncovered on Twitter and Facebook
#antivax, AstraZeneca, Bitcoin
January 2020
Some 6.3% of accounts discussing Brexit were found to be fake, many spreading negative messaging on the UK’s exit from the EU.
#Boris Johnson, Brexit, European Union
January 2020
Twitter conversations regarding the Johnny Depp / Amber Heard trial were in part driven by a community of fake profiles
#Amber Heard, court hearing, Disinformation
January 2020
Of nearly 50,000 Facebook and Twitter profiles that posted regarding the Neom Project, just over 14% were fake and were mostly praising the project.
#eco-friendly, Neom Projct, Saudi Arabia

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