“Not even history itself is safe—at least the online version of it, which we increasingly depend on. When Kavanaugh testified that Devil’s Triangle, as mentioned on his high school yearbook page, was a drinking game, there was no online evidence to back up his claim. (Other sources asserted it was a known sexual term.) So an anonymous person immediately updated Wikipedia to support Kavanaugh’s definition. It was a near perfect parallel to how Russian operatives repeatedly edited the Wikipedia entry for ‘MH17’ in the hours after the airliner was shot down to try to provide an alternative history.” Wired’s P.W. Singer and Emerson Brooking with an interesting look at How The Kavanaugh Information War Mirrors Real Warzones.