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"", The best conclusion I think we could draw from this investigation is one I’ll borrow from Kester Ratcliff’s article on open source...

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The best conclusion I think we could draw from this investigation is one I’ll borrow from Kester Ratcliff’s article on open source intelligence for beginners:
“The internet will continue to be a confusing information-psychological warzone until the networked-ness of information is made visible so that people can easily and instantly see where stuff’s coming from and who/ what it’s associated with and what effects their interacting with it may have.”
Strictly speaking, this isn’t a “Russia issue” at all. Any malicious actor could weaponize these vectors. It’s an information issue. And it’s here to stay until we do something about the entire system, not just the symptoms
07/12/2017
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Allen Callaway
27-11-2017, 08:59:38
So, some sort of supervisable pedigree, like BlockChain?
Ron Braithwaite
28-11-2017, 00:16:48
Allen, I think that is the most likely way to guarantee not only who we are, but our assent to whatever it is attached to.
Paul A Thomas III
28-11-2017, 01:40:49
I don't think that will matter much. It doesn't help me to know that the fake news really did come from the source that claimed to be the source. Some edge cases, sure, it will make a difference. Not the 80 percent cases. We already have digital signatures, for instance.

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