Re: Re: Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent extremists

2019-09-13 Thread Thomas Levine
> > A general investigation into "the use of *software* by terrorists and > > violent extremists" would arguably be much more interesting. > > You may enjoy the literature on such North Korean products as SiliVaccine. Oh and for those who are interested but not interested enough to read all

Re: Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent extremists

2019-09-13 Thread Erik Albers
On 11.09.19 09:29, Alexander Sander wrote: > Hi all, > > fyi: a weird Analysis of Tech Against Terrorism initiative was published: > > Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent > extremists - >

Re: Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent extremists

2019-09-12 Thread Paul Boddie
On Wednesday 11. September 2019 11.27.56 Carsten Agger wrote: > On 9/11/19 9:29 AM, Alexander Sander wrote: > > > > Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent > > extremists - > > Yes, without having read the report, that's a very weird point to make. > *All* software can

Re: Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent extremists

2019-09-12 Thread Thomas Levine
> A general investigation into "the use of *software* by terrorists and > violent extremists" would arguably be much more interesting. You may enjoy the literature on such North Korean products as SiliVaccine. ___ Discussion mailing list

Re: Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent extremists

2019-09-11 Thread Carsten Agger
On 9/11/19 9:29 AM, Alexander Sander wrote: > Hi all, > > fyi: a weird Analysis of Tech Against Terrorism initiative was published: > > Analysis: The use of open-source software by terrorists and violent > extremists - >