Propaganda spread specifically via the internet, especially using low resolution images of a political nature often incorporating photo-montage.

(The term first popularized by a psychological warfare expert in 2005)
The distribution of mocking retouched photographs of US President George Bush portraying him as a buffoon or to ridicule US foreign policy, distributed via chain emails and posted on political internet forums, is an example of webaganda.
Por Psywarrior 09 de agosto de 2007

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