Apparently, they were in favour of it
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has admitted that around 500,000 comments submitted during the net neutrality public comment period were linked to Russian email addresses.
UK Commons committee has discovered
A UK Commons committee chair said that a seized trove of Facebook documents reveals that a company engineer flagged Russian "entities" using a Pinterest API to pull billions of points of Facebook data every day in 2014.
We are not Putin's mouthpiece, and we want its Facebook account back
A Russian company whose accountant was charged by federal prosecutors for attempting to meddle in US elections has sued Facebook claiming it is a legitimate news outlet and wants its account back.
The Russian Federation has responded to a lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee and has requested the overseeing court to throw out the lawsuit.
Military exercise embarrassment
Russian spooks showed how they could shut down the entire US war machine by jamming GPS during a major NATO military exercise in Norway leaving them with the equivalent of Apple Maps.
Ignoring French call
French President Emmanuel Macron is joining with US technology giants, including Microsoft, pushing for governments and companies worldwide to sign up for a new initiative aimed at establishing regulations for the internet, to fight such online threats as cyber-attacks, hate speech and online censorship.
Almost caused an explosion
FireEye security researchers have linked a Russian research lab to a cyberattack on a Saudi petrochemical plant.
Brexit is good for Russia
Russian hackers are flat out trying to mobilise “leave” voters to encourage them to force the British government to make a hard Brexit.
Facebook has disabled dozens of accounts and profiles belonging to Russian database provider SocialDataHub for what it termed the unauthorised collection of user data.
If you can't beat them, dope up and hack the computers to cover it up
Seven Russian spooks have been indicted by the Justice Department for computing hacking, wire fraud, money laundering, and identity theft - all as part of an effort to distract from Russia's state-sponsored doping programme.