Pentagon refuses to cut off the Internet for Mosul and tenderness[/ltr]
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Renewed US Department of Defense [Pentagon] respect the right of civilians in access to the Internet, even within the city of Mosul in Iraq, Syria and tenderness where the terrorist organization Daash used the network to plan operations.
The Pentagon is at the same time that it is "important" to prevent terrorists from accessing the Internet, without disclosing methods that can be adopted to achieve this goal.
He said Assistant Secretary of Defense for National Security Affairs Thomas Atkin in an intervention before Congress today in response to a question about the reasons for the United States refrain from the Internet cut under the control of terrorists areas: "We must also respect the rights and privileges of citizens' access to the Internet, it's a delicate balance, even in Raqqa and Mosul. "
The Atkin two military officers and others testifying before a congressional committee about the progress of "Saybrkom" new group made up of specialists in the information war, and Internet networks soldiers.
Atkin said that the Pentagon was ready to make "Saybrkom" independent leadership capable of doing special operations for the government, in reference to how important American politicians of the role of the Internet networks and considered a battleground in itself.
The newspaper "New York Times" has reported that informatics soldiers in the Pentagon were able to penetrate in an al Daash networks to spy on his contacts and, in some cases, they were able to imitate or modify the messages from the leaders of the fighters As a result, the face of these places bombed after they arrive.
He was President Fuad Masum, issued on 13 April last decision, banning Daash terrorist sites in all webs and satellite channels and means of communication media and websites inciting or paved or glorified or a promoter or justifying terrorist crimes "and called on" the concerned authorities and the elimination of the implementation of this decision. "
It is said that the US president's envoy for international alliance against Daash Brett Mcguirk said in a June 10 th, that "the alliance brings together information on Daash via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and that the information appears to Daash decline of the means of social communication."
He said, "Each of Daash account, we find six or seven fights Daash accounts interview," stressing that "the United States has information exchange agreements with 50 countries, and there is cooperation with the international police Interpol to track information and people."