That's what Disinformation themselves say - sounds reasonable. The site seems to be getting back to its old self.king mob said:the story is that disinfos site was closed due to their servers being based near the wtc,there fore they crashed.true or not?
Do I detect the spirit of General O'Duffys Blueshirts still mincing, stiff-legged around Dublin looking for a war?Alan said:.. there are many who will avenge their deaths and then turn their sights on the enemy within.
On second thoughts, how do we know that James and Alan are not, in fact the same person?
Seeing as the last post in this thread was nearly 19 years ago, I think you deserve some sort of dedication award .Theorizing about social media coordinated sabotage:
Social media was used to motivate, organize and coordinate movements like the Arab Spring and Black Lives Matter. Of course, coordination can also lead to conspiracy theories like QAnon, twitter mobs that police political correctness and riots that lead to death and destruction. For better or worse, coordinated behavior is likely to increase, creating more and more quickly moving mobs. The use and abuse of such mobs is only just beginning. One insidiously clever prospect is the use of seemingly benign coordination to bring down a power grid. What if everyone turns on their air conditioner and lights at the same time? In How weaponizing disinformation can bring down a city’s power grid, Raman et al. discuss how such a scenario could be generate by something seemingly as simple as sending fake coupons!