Yesterday Twitter began emailing the 677,775 people in the United States who interacted with Russian troll accounts. This includes anyone who followed one of the accounts or retweeted or liked one of their tweets during the 2016 election. The accounts are linked to the Internet Research Agency, which is linked to the Russian government.
This whole Russia interfering in the election thing has gone from fascinating to terrifying to trying. I can only assume that by the next revelation it'll circle back but the start.
As for the news now, Facebook has revealed that it sold $100K worth of ad space to a Russian company linked to the Kremlin. The ads weren't tied to candidates but instead played on divisive issues, which really just a proxy for the candidates. The Washington Post reports,