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Jihadi Cyber Wars (2): The Watchdog Brigades' Victory and What It Tells Us About the Structure of the Jihadi Web

Jihadi Cyber Wars (2): The Watchdog Brigades' Victory and What It Tells Us About the Structure of the Jihadi Web

Jihadi Cyber Wars (2): The Watchdog Brigades' Victory and What It Tells Us About the Structure of the Jihadi Web
The online conflict between the Watchdog Brigades, a jihadist counterespionage outfit, and the Electronic Mujahideen Forum has come to a conclusion in favor of the former. This is not just a victory for the Watchdog Brigades themselves; it is also a proof of the jihadist web's ability to police itself, establish lines of authority, and call out forums that make unsubstantiated claims.

The online conflict between the Watchdog Brigades, a jihadist counterespionage outfit, and the Electronic Mujahideen Forum has come to a conclusion in favor of the former. This is not just a victory for the Watchdog Brigades themselves; it is also a proof of the jihadist web's ability to police itself, establish lines of authority, and call out forums that make unsubstantiated claims.

The unfolding of the conflict between the Watchdog Brigades and the Electronic Mujahideen Forum was described in a previous JTTM report.

 

 

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