Revealed: the hacking and disinformation team meddling in elections

The article reports on a disinformation team called “Jorge” which is believed to have been involved in meddling in political elections in several countries, including Tal Hanan.

The team, which is said to operate out of an undisclosed location in Latin America, is alleged to have spread false information and propaganda to influence voters and create social and political unrest.

The article highlights the growing concern over the use of disinformation as a tool of political interference and the challenges of identifying and countering such activities.

A team of Israeli contractors who claim to have manipulated more than 30 elections around the world using hacking, sabotage and automated disinformation on social media has been exposed in a new investigation.

The unit is run by Tal Hanan, a 50-year-old former Israeli special forces operative who now works privately using the pseudonym “Jorge”, and appears to have been working under the radar in elections in various countries for more than two decades.

He is being unmasked by an international consortium of journalists. Hanan and his unit, which uses the codename “Team Jorge”, have been exposed by undercover footage and documents leaked to the Guardian.

Hanan did not respond to detailed questions about Team Jorge’s activities and methods but said: “I deny any wrongdoing.”