President Donald Trump’s Department of State, under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, continues operating an Obama-era program, known as TechCamp, designed to fight “misinformation and propaganda” as well as “fake news” across the globe.
Since TechCamp was founded under President Barack Obama’s State Department during the tenure of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the opaque group has led dozens of events across the planet, and since the election of President Trump a disproportionate number of the events focus on fighting “fake news.”
While TechCamp’s purpose was vague at its inception, it was allegedly first used to foment dissent and eventually civil war in Ukraine in 2013.
Following this allegation, the organization seemed to keep a relatively low profile until 2017.
However, in 2015 TechCamp taught Latvian journalists how to “counter misinformation and propaganda” at one of its events.
— US Embassy Riga (@USEmbassyRiga) May 19, 2015
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TechCamp seemed to increase its activity after President Obama infamously signed the National Defense Authorization Act on December 24, 2016, which included the Countering Disinformation and Propaganda Act of 2016.
According to ZeroHedge, this allowed President Obama’s federal government to potentially form its own “Ministry of Truth.”
The CDPA offered a massive $160 million for the purpose of fighting what would later become known as” fake news” in the United States and globally.
While it is unclear where this funding was dispersed, the timeline appears to coincide with TechCamp beginning its fight against “fake news” globally.