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Trape - People tracker on the Internet (The evolution of phishing attacks) OSINT - KitPloit - PenTest Tools for your Security Arsenal ☣
Trape is a recognition tool that allows you to track people, the information you can get is very detailed. We want to teach the world through this, as large Internet companies could monitor you, obtaining information beyond your IP.
Reconnaissance  tracking  Social_Networks 
6 days ago by aiefel
The Advent Of Netwar | RAND
"The information revolution is leading to the rise of network forms of organization, with unusual implications for how societies are organized and conflicts are conducted. "Netwar" is an emerging consequence. The term refers to societal conflict and crime, short of war, in which the antagonists are organized more as sprawling "leaderless" networks than as tight-knit hierarchies. Many terrorists, criminals, fundamentalists, and ethno-nationalists are developing netwar capabilities. A new generation of revolutionaries and militant radicals is also emerging, with new doctrines, strategies, and technologies that support their reliance on network forms of organization. Netwar may be the dominant mode of societal conflict in the 21st century. These conclusions are implied by the evolution of societies, according to a framework presented in this RAND study. The emergence of netwar raises the need to rethink strategy and doctrine to conduct counternetwar. Traditional notions of war and low-intensity conflict as a sequential process based on massing, maneuvering, and fighting will likely prove inadequate to cope with nonlinear, swarm-like, information-age conflicts in which societal and military elements are closely intermingled."

--- I remember being somewhat scornful of such ideas c. 2000, but they may merit revisiting.
to:NB  social_networks  the_continuing_crises  via:? 
16 days ago by cshalizi
Economic Consequences of Network Structure
We survey the literature on the economic consequences of the structure of social networks. We develop a taxonomy of "macro" and "micro" characteristics of social-interaction networks and discuss both the theoretical and empirical findings concerning the role of those characteristics in determining learning, diffusion, decisions, and resulting behaviors. We also discuss the challenges of accounting for the endogeneity of networks in assessing the relationship between the patterns of interactions and behaviors.
economics  social_networks  networks  review  matthew.jackson  teaching 
5 weeks ago by rvenkat
Kommentare in sozialen Medien: Koordinierter Hass nimmt zu | faktenfinder.tagesschau.de
ine Datenanalyse zeigt: Koordinierte Online-Kampagnen mit Hass-Inhalten haben in sozialen Medien zugenommen. Das hat auch Einfluss auf die politische Agenda.
facebook  social_networks  studien 
6 weeks ago by Charlym
Centola, D.: How Behavior Spreads: The Science of Complex Contagions (Hardcover and eBook) | Princeton University Press
"New social movements, technologies, and public-health initiatives often struggle to take off, yet many diseases disperse rapidly without issue. Can the lessons learned from the viral diffusion of diseases be used to improve the spread of beneficial behaviors and innovations? In How Behavior Spreads, Damon Centola presents over a decade of original research examining how changes in societal behavior--in voting, health, technology, and finance—occur and the ways social networks can be used to influence how they propagate. Centola's startling findings show that the same conditions accelerating the viral expansion of an epidemic unexpectedly inhibit the spread of behaviors.
"While it is commonly believed that "weak ties"—long-distance connections linking acquaintances—lead to the quicker spread of behaviors, in fact the exact opposite holds true. Centola demonstrates how the most well-known, intuitive ideas about social networks have caused past diffusion efforts to fail, and how such efforts might succeed in the future. Pioneering the use of Web-based methods to understand how changes in people's social networks alter their behaviors, Centola illustrates the ways in which these insights can be applied to solve countless problems of organizational change, cultural evolution, and social innovation. His findings offer important lessons for public health workers, entrepreneurs, and activists looking to harness networks for social change."
to:NB  books:noted  contagion  social_influence  social_networks  centola.damon  sociology  re:homophily_and_confounding 
6 weeks ago by cshalizi
Trolle und Hass in Online-Foren: "Eine einzige Kloake" | heise online
Die Forscher haben Regeln für Online-Foren abgeleitet: Mit sachlicher Moderation sollten Redaktionen demnach das "Hausrecht" beziehungsweise ihre Netiquette entschieden durchsetzen: "Sie müssen nicht stillschweigend hinnehmen, dass Ihnen Hater, Störer und Trolle mit ihren primitiven Parolen das Leben schwermachen." Hilfreich könne es sein, Nutzer direkt anzusprechen und sich selbst häufiger zu Wort melden. Es gelte, "Gegenrede" zu stärken und dabei "konstruktive User" zu belohnen, Hetzer dagegen zu ignorieren und so zu versuchen, ihre Meinungsmache quasi auszublenden.
social_networks  facebook 
7 weeks ago by Charlym

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