The weather system that is being called the “Beast from the East” has hit Britain especially hard, with some areas buried in up to 3 feet of snow and pushing temperatures down to as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Police say the group has been using hacking, online misinformation campaigns, and hate speech to push the country in a more conservative direction.
Indonesian police announced on Thursday the arrest of 14 members of a network called the “Muslim Cyber Army,” which they say has been using hacking, online misinformation campaigns, and hate speech to push the world’s fourth most populous country in a more conservative direction. Mohammad Fadil Imran, director of the Indonesian national police cyber crimes unit, said that the suspects are accused of defamation, spreading false reports, racial and religious discrimination, among other crimes.
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesian police announced on Thursday the arrest of 14 members of a network called the ‘‘Muslim Cyber Army,’’ which they say has been using hacking, online misinformation campaigns, and hate speech to push the world’s fourth most populous country in a more conservative direction.
@eboldy that is the same as re-adding everyone, it takes time and energy, not a huge amount, but more than none, and most people prefer none. clearly, this is not going to happen en masse. people clearly find some use for an online address book
@1358531 people moved that address book onto facebook, straight up losing it would be a huge inconvenience, just like it would have been a huge inconvenience for your grandmother to lose her address book
@1358531 nah that's not really a good point. before social media, you still had your address book with numbers and addresses. before that you knew how to find people too. we've always relied on SOME technique or technology, however basic, to organize relations.
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