Tag Archives: Al Queda

Terrorists Using Crypto-Currencies

“Donate anonymously with Cryptocurrency” and that’s the issue as the appeal is often coming from ISIS and other jihadists typically through the message app Telegram. Money laundering laws world wide have increasingly been focusing on “know your customer” and trying … Continue reading

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The Evil Side of Crowd Sourcing

Like all things, crowdsourcing has an evil side. The downing of the Russian Metrojet over the Sinai is now being blamed on a bomb. The Wall Street Journal discusses how terrorist groups are using the internet to crowd source bombmaking. … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Al Queda ?

The Washington Post reports today that Islamist militants are crowdfunding their 2 front war against Assad and the Free Syrian Army. “The private donors, who use Twitter and other social media to collect millions of dollars from sympathetic Muslims, are … Continue reading

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