Chris Hernon

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(journalist)
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Member ofInstitute for Statecraft, Institute for Statecraft/Tor team, Integrity Initiative
Interests • Fake news
• Russian propaganda
• Scottish independence
• financial corruption
Integrity Initiative

Chris Hernon is a member of the Integrity Initiative. He is a member of the IfS "TOR Team" with a reported 15 years of experience. His job title is listed as "Quality control" and his other roles as "Social media monitoring, evaluation, response".[1]

Background

Hernon's Twitter homepage announces "Married to a Ukrainian 🇺🇦 ".

Activities

Chris Hernon worked as a team manager at BBC monitoring.[2]

The Integrity Initiative Leak stated that "David Leask is a Scottish investigative journalist with a Russianist background who writes about financial corruption schemes and Kremlin propaganda attempts to co-opt the Scottish independence movement. Chris Hernon has told him about the project and brought him to meet the group."[3] Another leak mentions Leask as a "former BBC Monitoring colleague of Chris Hernon".[4]


Integrity Initiative Leak #4 contained Document:Nationbuilder People, which mentioned Chris Hernon as "point_person_name_or_email" for Jonathan Beale, Howard Gethin and Johnathan Marcus.

Cover-up

Chris Hernon's tweets are not public.[5]

 

Documents by Chris Hernon

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:FCO Skripal material 16.03.18Twitter roundup16 March 18 JLGeorge Monbiot
Robert van der Noordaa
Julia Davis
Anton Shekhovtsov
James Patrick
Paula Chertok
Thomas Grove
Martin Lewis
Jason Beattie
Paul Canning
Gordon Guthrie
David Jack
Jamie Dettmer
Krisztian Simon
Andrew Scott
A Twitter roundup from II. The contents are fairly standard fare, but which users II chose to follow is very interesting, including a certain type of journalist, and "other users in our field".
Document:FCO Skripal twitter sample 23.3.18Twitter roundup23 March 18 JLGarry Kasparov
Sergei Skripal
Julian Lindley-French
Edward Lucas
Henrik Breitenbauch
Integrity Initive network
Elliot Higgins
Veli-Pekka Kivimäki
Hans de Vreij
Committee to Investigate Russia
Mig Greengard
Stiftung Leo Strauss
Jimmy Rushmore
A Twitter roundup from II. The contents are fairly standard fare, but which users II chose to follow is very interesting, and some are indeed "other users in our field"
Document:FCO Skripal twitter sample 24.3.18Twitter roundup24 March 18 JLSergei Skripal
Jakub Janda
Deborah Haynes
Ian Bond
112 News
Andreas Umland
Niels Ockelmann
James Marson
Craig Silverman
John Sweeney
Daniel Twining
Ryan O'Farrell
Nina Khrushcheva
Shashank Joshi
Thomas Embleton
Elizabeth Tsurkov
A Twitter roundup from II. The contents are fairly standard fare, but which users II chose to follow is very interesting, and some are "other users in our field".
Document:My contributionAreas of Expertise and Key Performance Indicators Chris Hernon26 December 2018Self assessment by team member Chris Hernon
Document:Post Trip Report Stratcom event 11-13th June 2018report26 December 2018Participants telling of several meeting with fellow information warriors in Riga, esp. British and Dutch. Ad bureau Saatchi working for US State Dept.
Document:Skripal Case Study Discernment IFS2018Twitter roundup13 December 2018Sergei Skripal
David Leask
Integrity Initive network
Philip Sime
The Media Society
A Twitter roundup from II. The contents are fairly standard fare, but which users II chose to follow is very interesting, and some are "other users in our field".
Document:Twitter Roundup 20.03.18Twitter roundup13 December 2018Stephen Kinnock
Margaret Hodge
Duncan Hames
Hans de Vreij
Stig Abel
Kevin Schofield
Peter j Bakulinskyj
Tom Parfitt
Shaun Walker
Anton Troianovski
Olexander Scherba
English Lugansk
Cormac Smith
John McLellan
Alison Thewliss
A Twitter roundup from II, comments on a Moon of Alabama piece. The contents are fairly standard fare, but which users II chose to follow is very interesting, and some are indeed "other users in our field"


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