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The New Battlefield
Warfare on the Web

A new book by David Patrikarakos explores how social media has changed armed conflict in the 21st century.

Published on: January 8, 2018
Benjamin Haddad is a research fellow at Hudson Institute in Washington, DC.
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  • AbleArcher

    I’ll tell you who doesn’t like the internet, particularly social media sites, and that’s the MSM. Now, I get more substantive, accurate, and interactive information and content from top notch YouTubers, Minds accounts, some FB accounts, Twitter, and GAB.

    This was happening pre-2012, but really 2014 was the first US election in which it became evident that the million dollar studio, hair plugs, capped teeth, and corporate talking points/establishment bias are all truly last millennium. For example, I had liars on CNN tell me that it was illegal for me to read the Wikileaks dumps on Clinton/DNC corruption in the Podesta emails, etc.
    they lied. Go figure. What’s more, I had to rely on Putin to air the laundry which shouldn’t even exist to be aired in the first place, or rather the assumptIon is that he aired it. I’d like to thank him, but virtually no evidence has been produced.

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