FT Series Hall of Mirrors In the warped reflections of social media, can you even trust yourself? The “game theory” in the Qanon conspiracy theoryThe rabbit hole behind the rabbit hole is possibly a weaponised game. How trolltrace became a real thingWhy the ultimate weapon in the disinformation wars of 2020 is the perfect algorithmic Troll Hunting machine. Social media to make benefit glorious nation of Azerbaijan (and others)Putting the weapon into the weaponisation of social-media propaganda. From bitcoin to QAnon: bits to qbitsQAnon is self-evidently a psyop, but could it also be a new type of calculation machine? Who’s been editing the Ripple CEO’s Wikipedia page?The “controversies” section of Brad Garlinghouse’s entry recently disappeared. Linkedin FT spoofing, a forensic analysisDigging deeper into the mysterious case of non-existent colleagues. More from this Series How fake new spreads: a real-time dissectionIn disinformation-land Melania hates Trump and Biden sniffs children. Cognitive hacking as the new disinformation frontier Can apps like TikTok be exploited to pose a new threat in global disinformation and propaganda wars? Who’s been spoofing the FT?FT colleagues who don't exist have been sending mysterious LinkedIn requests to Financial Times journalists asking them to be added to their profiles.