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But despite committing hundreds of thousands of men from the Iraqi army, special forces, and various militias to fight ISIS on the ground in Mosul, Fallujah, and elsewhere, the Iraqi government made no provision for fighting the group online.
Telegram often served as a means of delivery, it allowed for proliferation of the group’s high-quality media output, everything from radio broadcasts and written statements to half-hour cinematic battle videos.
The group was operating in a murky area and without government sanction.
People have been jailed for far less when it comes to participating in such groups online.
Mc Cormack traded explicit messages — not pictures or videos — with others online, at one stage saying "I love chatting to pedos" and "I'm a total b loving pedo".
The 43-year-old faced Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court this morning on two charges of using a carriage service to transmit, publish or promote child pornography.
So we started looking into exactly what might be effective on social media, and on Telegram.
They’re using hacked accounts to attack the so-called Islamic State and fake news to disrupt its “virtual caliphate.”Given the dangers they face, the six people who make up the little group calling itself, with conscious irony, “Daeshgram”—its name melding the Arabic acronym for ISIS and Instagram—are forced to live something resembling double lives.
Four of them work professionally in information technology and cybersecurity, one is an engineer, the other a student—all of them live in Iraq.
New South Wales detectives started investigating Mc Cormack after a tip-off from the Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team.
They stopped him in his car at Moore Park in April, and shortly afterwards searched a unit in Alexandria and the A Current Affair (ACA) office in Willoughby where they seized computers, a mobile phone and electronic storage devices.
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We studied how they behaved, the sort of language they used, and tried to take note of the unwritten rules.”Even in the apparent safety of their own homes, where they gathered as Daeshgram on the weekends and after work, they would receive death threats “every now and then on Twitter, and Telegram from ISIS,” explains Ahmed.