Leaked documents revealed soldiers are already monitoring cyberspace
The British Army’s Information Warfare Unit will tackle anti-virus propaganda
It comes amid a rise in the number of anti-lockdown protests around Britain
The defence cultural specialist unit was launched in Afghanistan in 2010
The British Army’s Information Warfare Unit will be deployed to tackle anti-vaccine propaganda ahead of the coronavirus vaccine rollout, it has been revealed.
Soldiers are already monitoring cyberspace for Covid-19 content to find out how British citizens are being targeted online, leaked documents showed.
It comes amid a rise in the number of anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine protests taking place around Britain as three potential vaccines were found to have around 90 per cent effectiveness.