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Ghostwriter, a hacking group linked to Russia and Belarus, has been seen targeting Ukrainian politicians and military personnel—but the group has so far failed to achieve any meaningful success.The propaganda war has eclipsed cyberwar in Ukraine|Patrick Howell O'Neill|March 2, 2022|MIT Technology Review
In an announcement early Monday morning, security officials at Meta, Facebook’s parent company, said they’ve “seen increased targeting” of Ukrainian social media users by a hacking group that researchers refer to as “Ghostwriter.”Facebook Blocks ‘Ghostwriter’ Hackers Targeting Ukraine’s Army|Adam Rawnsley|February 28, 2022|The Daily Beast
The group, known to security researchers as Ghostwriter, has been linked to Russia.Meta removed two disinformation campaigns targeting Ukraine|Sara Fischer|February 28, 2022|Axios
Hummel worked as a Wonder Woman ghostwriter for the next three years, long before any woman was publicly credited as a writer for the series.Joye Hummel, first woman hired to write Wonder Woman comics, dies at 97|Harrison Smith|April 8, 2021|Washington Post
The ghostwriter, or the named writer whose contribution is never really spelled out or fully credited, might be the most exploited of all the talent in the publishing process.
Last time I saw Johnny, he was picking a ghostwriter for his book.
Literary blogger Harriet Post takes notice, and immediately attempts to track down his clearly very talented ghostwriter.
He's widely believed to have been the ghostwriter of the Balfour Declaration.Milner's Timeless Political Question: "Why Won't They Listen to Me?"|David Frum|September 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She is a former ghostwriter who has worked on the memoirs of several high-profile politicians and journalists.
Blair shunned the services of a ghostwriter, and penned the book himself in between various political and business engagements.