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Ukrainian journalists founded Stop Fake, an organization that detects and reports on widespread Russian manipulation of the news there.In Lithuania, a volunteer army tries to fight Russian trolls pushing conspiracy theories online.Still, some clumsy attempts have backfired: In 2012, a media outlet published a picture of Kremlin opponent Alexei Navalny allegedly posing with exiled oligarch Boris Berezovsky, a Putin nemesis; the caption darkly suggested that forces outside Russia were funding opposition efforts.
It seems unlikely that we'll ever see proof of the more outlandish claims about what Russian security services might have on Trump, but the image lingers anyway.
But a high-profile businessman such as Trump would be a prototypical target for such an operation. Kompromat has evolved well beyond the clumsy photo-editing of the Stalin era, when political opponents were carefully airbrushed out.