British Military’s Troll Factory: ‘Good Guys’ To Tell You ‘Truth’

20 November 2018 — South Front

77th brigade

On November 14th, Wired published a story about the UK’s 77th Brigade, which deals with information warfare, written by Carl Miller.

According to him the people in the 77th brigade are soldiers, but they fight on the newest battleground – the cyber one. They edit videos, set up cameras, record sound, etc. They were drafted from all around the British military for their proficiency in graphic design, social media advertising, and data analytics.

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NATO Coordinates Information War on Russia

5 October 2018 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Editorial

The US, Britain and other NATO allies upped the ante this week with a coordinated campaign of information war to criminalize Russia. Moscow dismissed the wide-ranging claims as “spy mania”. But the implications amount to a grave assault recklessly escalating international tensions with Russia.

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US Responsible for Cyberspace Becoming a War Domain Instead of an Area of Cooperation By Alex Gorka

3 October 2018 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Much has been said about the potential dangers of a cyber war. This type of attack could be formidably destructive and is extremely difficult to track to its source. Superiority in this domain offers a great advantage, making it possible to knock out the enemy’s critical infrastructure sites and inflicting damage comparable to a massive nuclear attack. Just imagine the electricity grids, one of the softer targets, out of commission and all the lights out and the computers dead! In 2016 the North Atlantic Alliance officially declared cyberspace the fourth domain of war.

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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 8 August, 2011: Report: Israel wages cyber war on Iran

8 August , 2011 — VTJP

News

International Middle East Media Center

Israeli Forces Advance Into Lebanese Territory
IMEMC – Tuesday August 09, 2011 – 03:04, The Lebanese Army reported Monday that Israeli soldiers advanced into Lebanese territory for a distance of 200 meters and remained there for 30 minutes before heading back to the Israeli side of the border.

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