Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

Salisbury CW Attack / Syrian CW Attack (48)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Russia’s self-flagellation campaign continues, but no evidence of any creative additions since yesterday. Quite a number of rebuttals, including the Beeb. The frantic effort in propaganda seems to reflect a more general unraveling of Russia, detailed in 10 observations by Prof Goble. Sobov’s commentary on commonalities between… Continue reading Salisbury CW Attack / Syrian CW Attack (48)

Information operations · cyberwar · Information Warfare

Trump sends cyberwar strategy to Congress


Gentle readers, words mean things. In the title, they use the word “strategy”. In the first sentence of the article, they use the word policy. I’m here to tell you there is a very large difference between a strategy and a policy.  There are a few other news outlets which are pushing the same story,… Continue reading Trump sends cyberwar strategy to Congress

Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

Salisbury CW Attack / Syrian CW Attack (47)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Russia’s self-flagellation campaign continues, it appears they aim to add on the record at least two new instalments of self-evident nonsense daily – this is coherent with Pastukhov’s observation on Russia’s medieval “mythological consciousness”, whereby fact and fiction are indistinguishable and carry equal weight. Tyundeshev’s recent work support’s Pastukhov’s… Continue reading Salisbury CW Attack / Syrian CW Attack (47)

Freedom of Speech · Information operations · Information Warfare

Half of college students aren’t sure protecting free speech is important. That’s bad news


To say the very least, this article is disheartening.  Achieving equality and freedom is not about suppressing others. It is about gaining the right to express oneself openly, honestly, and freely.  Expressing oneself without the fear of retribution, of physical or mental harm, should be pre-eminent among the free peoples of the world. Yet here… Continue reading Half of college students aren’t sure protecting free speech is important. That’s bad news

Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

Disinfo News: The “Troll” That Went Public


April 21, 2018 By Polyghaph It seems that not only were rumors of Ian56‘s (@Ian56789) Twitter “death” (suspension) on Thursday exaggerated, but on Friday afternoon the world became acquainted with the real man behind the Twitter account with over 32,000 followers. And contrary to what you see in his profile pic, he’s not male model David Gandy.… Continue reading Disinfo News: The “Troll” That Went Public

Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

A Mole Among Trolls: Inside the Internet Research Agency


April 20, 2018 Vitaly Bespalov had no idea what to expect when he arrived at a business center in St. Petersburg, Russia, to ask for a job. Everything about the building seemed unusual to the 23-year-old reporter. There was a lot of security. The windows were darkened. Guards dressed like soldiers asked him where he… Continue reading A Mole Among Trolls: Inside the Internet Research Agency

Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

Religious Warfare: Key Things To Know As Kyiv And Moscow Clash In A New Church Disagreement


  Religion and politics: key things to know as Kyiv and Moscow clash in a new church disagreement   President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko (left) and Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople. This week the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko addressed the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the spiritual leader of the world’s Orthodox Christians, requesting autonomy for Ukraine’s… Continue reading Religious Warfare: Key Things To Know As Kyiv And Moscow Clash In A New Church Disagreement