WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — On Tuesday, WikiLeaks released the so-called Sony Archives, containing some 30,000 documents and more than 170,000 e-mails from Sony Pictures Entertainment.
“We are having this [anti-propaganda] conversation not just with social media companies, but other people who have public platforms and that could be entertainment organizations,” Harf said in a press briefing. “We have a dialogue… about the challenges as we see them and what we are doing to counter that kind of propaganda.”
Harf said that there is a challenge with alleged Russian propaganda and the Islamic State Internet activities, but explained the two were very different in nature.
“We would in no way compare them,” Harf stated.