These people who have several friends on Social Media were hired on behalf of a client to promote fake news about the Pfizer vaccine.
The company’s proposal came in a careful three-page text that explained in detail what they should write and on which platforms – which is not uncommon.
The paradox, however, was that he was literally asking users to spread fake news about the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.
This industry is involved in elections, spreading conspiracy theories, fake news, and more. At the same time, the most important thing is that their client can deny everything.
According to the report, similar campaigns have recently been identified to promote the ruling party of India, the goals of Egyptian foreign policy, as well as political figures in Bolivia and Venezuela.
The European Union is trying to find out who is behind Fazze. This is a company based in Moscow, with which Fazze seems to be connected based on the profile of employees on LinkedIn.
As revealed by German media, some of the sites of Fazze have been registered as belonging to Adnow. Some pieces of Fazze propaganda resemble the promotional material for the Russian Sputnik-V vaccine.