The social network also promised to make political ads more transparent
Facebook sold $100,000 in ads to a Russian "troll farm"
It will also require chat app users to hand over their phone numbers
But the social network shut them down
The two will create a yet-to-be-named company worth $3.7 billion
The plan was heavily criticized
Kaspersky may share source code with US Government amid concerns that Russia has compromised their software
Kaspersky fights back allegations that Russia has compromised its antivirus programs
Ukraine was hit hardest by the attack
It's unclear whether they were successful
The court found him guilty of inciting hatred, among other things
There appears to be confusion over who's responsible
More evidence of the Shadow Brokers' ties with Russia?
FBI, NSA directors deny Trump wiretape claims and confirm ongoing Russia investigation over 2016 election
"No information that supports those tweets," FBI also launches Russia investigation over election
Just after Putin legalized domestic abuse
A punishment for violating data storage laws
Obama has expelled 35 Russian diplomats as part of the sanctions against Russia
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Obama says the US response will take place at a time and place of its choosing
Trump called the CIA's report "ridiculous"
Was there interference from foreign actors in the Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania votes?