Kada sve što imate je čekić, Isis izgleda kao ekser

When all you have is a hammer, Isis looks like a nail

 

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Kada sve što imate je čekić, sve počinje izgledati kao ekser. Dakle, možda to nije iznenađujuće da kada su svi i njihov pas iskoči iznad parapeta sa ubicom ideju kako da se nose s Isis, svi oni čini se da ukazuju pretrgao istu stvar oni uvijek rade.

Na primjer, Ako ste autorsko pravo pravnik, onda je jasno da je odgovor uključuje korištenje autorskih prava. Jer Isis može biti sretan na klanje hiljada, but they know that home-taping is killing music.

Paul Rosenwig, the founder of homeland security consulting company Red Branch, has a cunning plan. "Šta, if anything, can be done to compel providers to take down accounts when they are unwilling to do so voluntarily? Odgovor, to my mind, lies in an analogy to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)."

You know, the DMCA, the American law which, let’s be honest, nije bila u potpunosti uspješna u potpuno uklanjanje ilegalnog sadržaja sa interneta i stoga možda neće biti model zakon za navigaciju na nezgodne vode vladinih nadzor interneta.

Rosenwig ideja je elegantna, na neki način. Ako ne možete dobiti nekoga da Isis propagande dole dobrovoljno, onda napraviti tako da nastavlja da domaćin to je zločin. Ali ne samo bilo koji zločin - zločin protiv zakona o autorskim pravima, najgore vrste kriminala na internetu, možda.

His proposal would allow a government-sanctioned third-party to claim copyright on any content associated with a terrorist organisation, and then fire off their own take-down notices.

Surely … surely there is a simpler solution than that?

We are legion. We are many. We are never gonna give you up

Anonymous certainly hopes so. It’s taken the hammer/nail cliche to the other extreme: when the hammer you have is “the power of arsing around on the internet”, onda nadamo se možete poraziti snage međunarodnog terorizma arsing okolo u vrlo, vrlo ciljani način.

Nakon potvrđujući svoju "rat" sa Isis u danima nakon napada Paris, je hakerske kolektivni je online imao neke konkretne uspjeh na borbu protiv Isis propaganda.

A sto hiljada Twitter računi su skinuta i pet tisuća YouTube video prijavljen, i naknadno ukloniti, usluga, jer sajber rat počeo u siječnju. Više kontroverzno, Anonymous has also taken to bombarding the websites of Isis-affiliated groups with distributed denial of service attacks, in an effort to knock them offline.

to je debatable how much such efforts actually help the larger movement against Isis, but the amount of effort Anonymous is putting towards the cause is impressive.

But not everyone involved in Anonymous is fully dedicated to riding the world of terror. Some have a second motivation: the lulz. Which might explain the latest proposed tactic. Anonymous planned to irritate Isis to death po Rickrolling them.

Given the short attention spans of pretty much everyone who spends too much time on the internet – Hal 90210 included – the plan is about as likely to see fruition as Red Branch’s weird copyright idea. But we’ll keep you up to date.

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