NBC News Gets Called Fake News By Unexpected Source

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has called out NBC for falsely reported the U.S. was successfully penetrated by Russian Hackers in 2016 elections.

From Breaking911.com: WASHINGTON – Today, Jeanette Manfra, National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) Assistant Secretary for the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, released the following statement regarding the recent NBC news coverage on the Department of Homeland Security’s efforts to combat election hacking.

“Recent NBC reporting has misrepresented facts and confused the public with regard to Department of Homeland Security and state and local government efforts to combat election hacking. First off, let me be clear: we have no evidence – old or new – that any votes in the 2016 elections were manipulated by Russian hackers. NBC News continues to falsely report my recent comments on attempted election hacking – which clearly mirror my testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last summer – as some kind of “breaking news,” incorrectly claiming a shift in the administration’s position on cyber threats. As I said eight months ago, a number of states were the target of Russian government cyber actors seeking vulnerabilities and access to U.S. election infrastructure. In the majority of cases, only preparatory activity like scanning was observed, while in a small number of cases, actors were able to access the system but we have no evidence votes were changed or otherwise impacted.

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Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018

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NBC Has Issued An Apology!

NBC has apologized to South Korea over a commentator's tasteless venture into Japan-South Korean relations.


From Dailymail.co.uk: NBC apologized to South Korea's winter Games organizing committee on Sunday after a commentator offended locals during coverage of the opening ceremony by straying into the sensitive issue of Japan-South Korean relations. Former journalist Joshua Cooper Ramo, working as an analyst for NBC, said on-air during the Pyeongchang Games opening ceremony that all Koreans recognized that Japan had served as an important example in South Korea's own economic transformation. Koreans around the world criticized his remarks and a petition soon circulated online. His insensitive comment sparked a storm of complaints from Koreans on social media. Read more @ (Link: www.dailymail.co.uk)


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