Lesson on Social Media

Discussion in 'Academy/Military News' started by Boozebin, Jun 3, 2015.

  1. Boozebin

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    why we are so stoopit as to brag how clever we are?

    It reminds me of when we bragged about how we had a Pakistani doctor wander around bin Laden's Abbottabad neighborhood collecting intelligence while offering vaccination shots. I believe he's still in prison
     
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    Are we concerned that ISIS will be afraid to spread their message?
     
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    Unfortunately, they will probably hack their geotagging data in the future to load civilian targets instead....

    There is a reason why methods are supposed to be protected as much as the data... However, someone far enough up the food chain to evade prosecution has to let the secret out...
     
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    That's assuming that geotags are the only data point. I'm guessing the intel types are looking at all sources before a strike package is ordered.
     
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    Agreed I just used that as the most common example.
     

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