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First story today is about a warning from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
It's telling Americans to be on guard against disinformation in the upcoming presidential election.
Disinformation is not only false information or fake news,
it's false information that's spread intentionally to influence the public or cause instability
and the FBI says people in other countries may be trying to spread disinformation when it comes to the results of the election.
That's scheduled to take place on November 3rd. Most of the time Americans know the winner on election night.
There's no law that requires results then, it's tradition.
But especially this year, results may not be known on November 3rd because of greater interest in mail-in voting.
In the past, most Americans have voted in person at polling places.
The PEW Research Center says the share of mailed in ballots was just over 20 percent in 2016.
But that's been rising steadily since 1996
and it's expected to increase more in this election because of concerns about the possible spread of coronavirus at public polling places.
With mail-in voting, state governments may not receive all of their ballots by election night
and it may take a while to count them once they do come in.
So what the FBI is concerned about is disinformation being spread while Americans wait for national results.
The agency's director has said there's evidence that Russia is trying to interfere in the election.
But the FBI says to protect themselves,
Americans should get their election information through trustworthy sources like official government websites,
especially if they hear about delayed voting or results
今天首先来关注联邦调查局发布的警告。
该机构告诫美国民众,在即将举行的总统大选中要警惕虚假信息。
虚假信息不仅指虚假消息或假新闻,
还包括为了影响公众或引发不稳定而故意传播的虚假信息。
联邦调查局表示,其他国家的人可能在选举结果方面散布假消息。
总统大选定于11月3日举行。大多数时候,美国公民在选举当晚就能知道获胜者是谁。
并没有法律要求当晚就要出结果,这是传统。
但特别是今年,人们可能无法在11月3日当天就知晓选举结果,因为人们主要采取邮寄选票的方式进行投票。
过去,大多数美国人亲自前往投票站进行投票。
皮尤研究中心表示,2016年邮寄选票的比例仅略高于20%。
但自1996年以来,邮寄选票的比例一直在稳步上升,
而今年由于人们担心冠状病毒可能在公共投票站传播,因此这一比例有望进一步上升。
在邮寄投票的情况下,各州政府可能无法在选举之夜收齐所有选票,
而且选票寄到后还需要一段时间进行清点。
因此,联邦调查局担心,在美国人等待国家公布结果期间,假消息会四处散播。
联邦调查局局长表示,有证据表明俄罗斯在试图干预选举。
但联邦调查局还称,为了保护自己,
美国人应该通过政府官方网站等可靠来源来获取选举信息,
尤其是在听说投票或选举结果被推迟时,
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