Cyber Security

ISIS handbook on avoiding online metadata laws

“AUSTRALIAN terror supporters have been handed explicit instructions on how to avoid leaving a digital fingerprint.
Days after the Federal Government passed contentious new laws, allowing security agencies to access two years of an individual’s metadata, News Corp Australia has sighted documents on recommended internet behaviours for ‘pro-IS sympathisers’.
The 60 text files, uploaded in Arabic by a Twitter user which News Corp has verified but chosen not to name for legal reasons, contain instructions on how to dodge online government security apparatuses monitoring people linked to the death cult.”

Source: ISIS handbook on avoiding online metadata laws

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