Terrorism Fought Online

by Daniel Russ on June 28, 2010

“These lost, young guys see the resistance as heroic and glorious,” Mr. Atran said. “Don’t give them the thrill of fighting the greatest army in the world.” The accused in recent plots aimed at the United States are a diverse group, including an Army psychiatrist of Palestinian ancestry spraying gunfire at Fort Hood, Tex.; a […]


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No Chatroullet For Afghanis

by Daniel Russ on April 29, 2010

“Afghanistan’s Internet is about to become way less fun. The government is introducing new rules banning users from sites that conflict with the country’s Islamic culture, namely, sites promoting porn, booze, and gambling, the Financial Times reports. The communications ministry is working with Internet service providers to start filtering out such content and will begin […]