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The @irstudents Twitter account, which operates under the name of "Students of the Right wing of Israel," is sending politicians and journalists in Israel a connection to a false story that the Netanyahu family bought the property of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said on Twitter.
Clicking on the article leads to an error page, the ministry said. The site is being reviewed to ensure that this is not a phishing attempt. It is recommended not to click on the link.
"This is definitely a misinformation attempt since the identification of this Twitter account (1078207107705569280) is under control," said the Ministry. "Until a few days ago, the account was operated under the user name @ LucyDayan1, the profile name" Lucy Dayan "and" Family & friends | design | interior | food | travel | digital | policy. "Their operators have changed the name for this operation."
In January, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the technology company Commun.it launched a program to share information about social network accounts that spread misinformation, which has increased since early elections were announced.
At that time, the ministry said that journalists were the subject of five attempts by foreign Twitter accounts to spread false news in Israeli media.
Last week, Or Jerusalem Post He learned that more than 400 Twitter accounts that belonged to at least six different "external handling networks" that tried to skew political opinion in Israel were suspended since the elections were convened at the end of December.
A senior official from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs told the Post that the Ministry has created a high level channel with the Twitter authorities in San Francisco led by Noam Katz, Deputy General Director of the Ministry for public diplomacy.
Yaakov Katz, Lahav Harkov and Herb Keinon contributed to this report.
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