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There is a news item about that hacker group attacking Isis twitter feeds face book tumbler and other meadia sites to shut down their recruiting ability. Very interesting. 

 

Here is the news item.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/operation-isis-anonymous-vows-to-take-down-accounts-and-associated-with-extremist-group-10035199.html

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And right after that news story is a link to an op-ed saying something a bit different http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/anonymous-vows-to-take-down-isis-how-twitter-has-become-a-battleground-for-propaganda-10037989.html . It likens the cyber battle between Anonymous and ISIS to the beginning of the 20th Century war technology, where one side had supremacy until the other side invents something even more deadlier.

Regarding the actual impact Anonymous is having on ISIS: "But the group is simply joining an online effort, largely carried out by the social networks themselves, to take down accounts spreading Isis propaganda as they pop up. Twitter allows anyone to request accounts to be banned — and the hackers behind “#OperationISIS” are likely simply to have found accounts and reported them."

 

More battles, no real solution.  Bring on the Kingdom.

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