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BAGHDAD - Rotarz: Iraq is trying to convince satellite companies to stop Internet services in the areas under the control of the organization Daash areas, in order to direct a major blow to the powerful propaganda machine used by, and rely heavily on social media to urge his supporters to extremism. And working and social media, such as Twitter and Telegram to reduce the organization's activities over the Internet.


 So far, it proved to be more like a game of cat and mouse as the re-emergence of the organization through other accounts scenes video where the beheadings show highlights the virtues of living in what he calls the organization "Caliphate State". The primary purpose for Iraq is to prevent the extremist group from connecting to the Internet at all, a goal that will check if the elimination of an important aspect of the propaganda campaigns that are behind deadly attacks in the West.



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If the internet switch is being flipped, there may be a few other things in the works while the switch is flipped.  Lack of information for Daash may be one thing, other things we are waiting for may happen at the same time the communication apparatus is disabled.  Maybe good news for us that the communications is down locally in Iraqi areas?

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WRONG!!!! The article is an opinion piece. Cutting off communications will never happen. It is a vital source of information for the Military to track down ISIS and ISIS contacts throughout the world. Even encrypted emails, and documents can be unencrypted and tracked back to the originator(s). Cellular calls and messaging are easily tracked. The NSA has many tools to recover and track any and all forms of communications. Ask Hillarious Clinton. lol

 

Filters and alerts have been set in place for terrorists and sympathizers and alerts posted. No fly lists, passport control, etc. So the computer and cellphone illeterates may claim that it is a good idea, but in reality... It will never happen. And yes I worked in the industry for the Military for years just in case you were wondering.

 

By the way, did you know that when you delete a file on your computer the file is not removed just the VTOC (Volume Table of Contents) pointer is just deleted? You need to actually overwrite the entire data block and it's pointers and overwrite the area with a random pattern to ensure the data is removed. Search the internet for shredding delete software or overwrite pattern software.

 

For CDs they need to be shattered or cut into pieces. Degaussing a hard drive doesn't even ensure the data will be lost. 

When a computer of interest is found and captured, it has a wealth of information on it. Recovery tools exist to recapture data even on a disk that is damaged mechanically. 

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Either way, why not bomb the ISIS controlled areas with a couple of hundred EMP devices ? During peak data usage times so all live feeds can fry every active computer controlled anything? For that matter if the Ruskies did not completely bomb the ISIS Communication center in Raqqua bomb that now also. No  PC or environmentally friendly bombing either.

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Iraqi attempts to cut off the Internet for Daash to silence media propaganda

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BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - February 5: Iraq is trying to convince satellite companies to stop Internet services in the areas under their organization Daash in order to direct a blow to the propaganda used by, and relies heavily on social media.

 

 

An official at the Iraqi Ministry of Communications, told Reuters that Daash system is used in-Sat connection to the Internet in areas controlled by. And which it is still difficult for us is to control the receivers that are running in-Sat and directly related to the satellite, which provides Internet services and covering Iraq.

 

 

And the charge that Iraq is in talks with the satellite companies that cover Iraq to stop supplying the areas controlled by the organization and Internet services that he received «positive signs» of them, but he added that «the process is complex and requires more time and measures».

 

 

The official said the company Yahsat owned by Abu Dhabi, which owns satellites and provides internet access for the end user through Yah Click for fast Internet service is the only company so far that have shown willingness to cooperate with the ministry's request.

 

 

And it covers companies with satellites such as Avanti British and French Eutelsat and Yahsat most parts of the Middle East.

 

 

And sells these stings companies to other companies such as Wafa Technical Systems Company in Abu Dhabi and Bentley Walker in Britain, these companies exploit those capacities role in the sale of services and equipment to businesses and individual consumers. Like Yahsat adopt these companies to local partners within the country to distribute and sell their products.

 

 

A spokesman for Avanti company «He Like all companies that operate satellites Avanti company does not keep details of the identity or the exact location of its customers to end-users.» He added that the company is committed to all laws and regulations in force in the markets in which it operates.

 

 

And broadcast units in-Sat, which can be moved from one place to another location and can thus be tracked to see the place.But it does not seem that any of the parties to the industry is ready to take responsibility for verifying the identity of users.

 

 

Says Lova company and rival Bentley Walker, which stings that buy satellite capacity and Tbien units in-Sat They do not know not something for the end user of their services.

 

 

Said Wafa, which has about 2,500 units in-SAT in Iraq in ads on the Internet that it can deliver services in any Iraqi city, including the city of Mosul.

 

 

The Daily Dot US, have been revealed earlier, the launch of the organization (Daash), affiliated space station on the moon Nilesat, and as pointed out that the channel broadcast from the city of Mosul, demonstrated that the channel bearing the name "BEIN HD4". Q ended

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Iraq is trying to convince satellite companies to stop Internet services in the areas under the rule of the organization Daash areas in order to direct a major blow to the propaganda machine that uses and relies heavily on social media to urge his followers to wage holy war.

And working and social media such as Twitter and Telegram to reduce the organization's activities over the Internet. So far, it proved to be more like a game of cat and mouse as the re-emergence of the organization through other accounts scenes video where the beheadings show highlights the virtues of living in a state of succession.

The purpose the foundation for Iraq is to prevent the militant group from connecting to the Internet at all, a goal will check if the elimination of an important aspect of the propaganda campaigns that are behind deadly attacks in the West.

Mobile phone networks do not work largely under the control of the organization in Iraq Daash areas which are areas where there is limited infrastructure for Internet service through quick landlines.

The three specialized communications industry sources told Reuters that the militants are using instead contact a satellite connection to the Internet or micro waves microwave dishes tiny forbidden by linking them to use fast Internet networks in the government-controlled areas dishes.

And many challenges in front of the Iraqi authorities. In the Internet industry via satellite no party is responsible for identifying the end user and see it as the territory of the organization change frequently borders in addition to the complex network of intermediaries make it difficult to determine the party who sells Internet service for militants.

The Group controls areas in western Iraq and northern and central Syria with a total population where five million people, according to estimates by the International Institute for Strategic Studies, mostly in Iraq.

All that is required to connect to the Internet via satellite peripheral device running in-Sat small reception and a modem and dish in addition to participate in the Internet.

He said the Iraqi Ministry of Communications official told Reuters that Daash "system-SAT is used to connect to the Internet in areas it controls. And which is still difficult for us is to control the receivers that are running in-Sat and directly related to satellites that provide Internet services and covering Iraq." .

In the northern city of Mosul under the control of terrorists can purchase units in-Sat at between 2,000 and 3,000 dollars in a huge market for electronics near the university.

The official said that Iraq is in talks with the satellite companies that cover Iraq to stop supplying the areas controlled by the organization and Internet services that he had received "positive signs" of them, but added that "the process is complex and requires more time and measures."

The official said the company (Yahsat), owned by Abu Dhabi, which owns satellites and provides internet access for the end user through a service (Click yah) for fast Internet is the only company so far that have shown willingness to cooperate with the ministry's request.

It sheds light on the complex task shadowed Reuters IP address of the fighters of al-Raqqa Daash in actual capital of the organization in Syria that this indicates that the Internet is used by service Yah Click.

Yahsat has refused to comment directly on whether the organization is using its services, but said it is committed to all applicable laws and regulations. And not the company's official presence in Syria.

The company adopts, among the major companies and Internet service by satellite in Iraq, the local agents in the sale of service Yah Click. The company recorded on its three data agents in Iraq, but other companies also sell the service in Iraq.

He said the second source telecommunications industry, "no one can resell the service. Non-issue organization and wholesalers probably want to keep it that way."

And it covers companies with satellites such as Avanti British and French Eutelsat and Yahsat most parts of the Middle East.

And they sell these stings companies to other companies such as Wafa Technical Systems Company in Abu Dhabi and Bentley Walker in Britain and these companies take advantage of these capacities in turn, in the sale of services and equipment to businesses and individual consumers. Like Yahsat adopt these companies to local partners within the country to distribute and sell their products.

Avanti spokesman for the company, "said Like all companies that operate satellites Avanti company does not keep details of the identity or the exact location of its customers to end-users." He added that the company is committed to all laws and regulations in force in the markets in which it operates.

Says Lova company and rival Bentley Walker, which stings that buy satellite capacity and Tbien units in-Sat They do not know not something for the end user of their services.

Said Wafa, which has about 2,500 units (in-Sat) in Iraq in ads on the Internet that it can deliver services in any Iraqi city, including the city of Mosul.

Kamal said Orzindas, Assistant Director of the company, "organizers of resale are those who know the customers and where end users there."

Said Neil Denyer, sales manager at Bentley Walker, said the company's customers can use their services even if the units in-SAT in an area outside the control of the state.

The company says it is the largest company in Europe to re-sell telecommunications equipment to the Internet via satellite. The company sells its service under the brand name (Freedom SAT) and other services companies like Service (Click yah).

He declined Denyer for identification Iraqi partners of the company, based on political and commercial concerns did not respond later when asked if the organization Daash uses the company's products and services.

Orzindas also declined from Wafa Company for identification Iraqi partners of his company did not respond when asked about the organization.

They said three sources telecommunications industry that businessmen buy bandwidth to transfer data from companies that provide broadband Internet service via fixed-line and pass these deals through many intermediaries. And connects them this service microwave dishes with a range of about 40 kilometers in order to be delivered to end users in a controlled Daash areas. A third source, "the whole issue Agafzatan just across the microwave dishes to Mosul."

"The chance is very slim monitor their activity. If you can buy a certain amount of capacity for $ 100 in Erbil and sell it at $ 500 this is a good deal."

Baghdad has banned the Kurdistan Regional Government under its control an autonomous region in northern Iraq sell Internet stings which can be up at the end of it to the hands of the organization Daash but it is difficult to implement it on the ground.

There are many microwave dishes for each show trends in Iraq. It is difficult to verify because of the large user networks that provide Internet services for civilian use for homes and businesses.

The first source said, "If you shut down one (of these companies), they reappear disguised under another name within a few days. It is very difficult to identify."

The third source said that the identification of these companies "will require the knowledge and efficiency of the huge resources are not in Baghdad or the Kurdistan Regional Government."

He Ravajello Bantocchi, of the Royal United Services Institute in Britain, said that there is a moral dilemma is whether it should be under the control of regulation of Internet services deprived areas and thus isolate the civilians living in these areas. Some Internet has been used in the transfer of what they suffer from abuses.

He Bantocchi "You will have to cut the impact of such contacts in the Prime Daash disrupt operations or reduce them or is it going to do nothing often only make the lives of people who live under this regulation more difficult?"

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