Publications

Conference Papers


Methods in the Madness: From QAnon to COVID-19, Conspiracy Theories’ Relationship with Misinformation Outlets, the News Media, and the Wider Internet H W.A. Hanley, D Kumar, Z DurumericIn Submission

No Calm in the Storm: Investigating QAnon Website Relationships

H W.A. Hanley, D Kumar, Z DurumericAAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM 2022)

DPSelect: A Differential Privacy Based Guard Relay Selection Algorithm for Tor

H W.A. Hanley, Y Sun, S Wagh, P MittalProceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies 2019 (2), 166-186

Dissertations

GENerateZ: Automatic De Novo Design of Anticancer Drugs using Transcriptomic Data, Genetic Algorithms, and Variational Autoencoders

H W.A. HanleyUniversity of Oxford, Master of Science in Statistcal Science

PROMISE: Provably RObust Malware detectIon uSing diffErential privacy

H W.A. HanleyUniversity of Oxford, Master of Science in Computer Science

Articles

New COVID-19 conspiracy theories gain traction as old ones re-emerge

Hans HanleyAtlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab

Misinformation regarding France's COVID-19 "health passes" spread on Twitter

Hans HanleyAtlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab
Iranian social media exploit US-based conspiracies regarding USS Liberty incidentHans Hanley and Alyssa KannAtlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab

China weaponizes discovery of graves at Canadian residential schools to avoid Xinjiang criticism

Hans HanleyAtlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab

Pro-Kremlin Media echo Chinese outlets that COVID lab leak theory is a U.S. disinfo campaign

Hans HanleyAtlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab

Iranian accounts promote anti-Israel hashtags in the wake of the Israel-Hamas war

Hans Hanley Atlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab

Nigerian Twitter users flock to VPNs amid dubious legal threats

Jean Le Roux and Hans Hanley Disinfo Africa & Atlantic Council Digital Forensic Research Lab