Category Archives: global networks

why the europol strategy of targeting isis web-accounts won’t work

due to a lack of other options for input, here is a message to europol: according to the guardian, europol will started targeting isis web accounts in july. given an astonishing output of around 100.000 tweets a day from around … Continue reading

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white man’s terrorist

i have a question: can a white man be a terrorist? in my mind i already see several of my friends jump up in outrage. of course! what a horrible thing for me to bring up such a backward concept … Continue reading

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a wolf in democratic clothes

the story i am going to tell is not news. but it is a largely untold story that has been widely overlooked. it is a story of western hypocrisy, double standard, and breaching of international law and values. in october … Continue reading

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the lethal brother of war: hatred

there is a level of cruelty in war that goes beyond the shelling and the bombs, the killing and the massacre. when i learned about it in history class, from the comfort of a school bench, i shook my head … Continue reading

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in the age of information, silence is a weapon

i recently came to think about ‘sharing‘ when my friend shared an article she horribly disagreed with. in her eloquent and page turning way she pointed out everything that was wrong with it. yet, more than the content of the … Continue reading

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if you ever feel lonely, don’t worry, nsa is right there with you

i came across this line that i use as a title for this article some one or two month ago in a gif at reddit. i have to say that i was rather amused by the statement than shocked or … Continue reading

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masking your identity

newsy reports today how us homeland security is working on and already using a program called “boss” which effectively collects different pictures of all angles of your face, be it from a drivers license, a facebook snapshot or a camera … Continue reading

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