Submitted by Diane Farsetta on
"Hiring a block of bloggers to verbally attack a specific person or promote a specific message may be worth considering," suggests a 2006 study written for the U.S. military's Special Operations Command. "Information strategists can consider clandestinely recruiting or hiring prominent bloggers or other persons of prominence ... to pass the U.S. message." However, the study warns, "people do not like to be deceived, and the price of being exposed is lost credibility and trust." In addition to recruiting, building or promoting blogs friendly to the U.S. military, the study suggests hacking an "enemy blog" to use it "covertly as a vehicle for friendly information operations. ... Subtly changing the messages and data -- merely a few words or phrases -- may be sufficient to begin destroying the blogger's credibility. ... The enemy may reason that the blogger in question has betrayed them and [may] take down the site (and the blogger) themselves." A U.S. Special Operations Command spokesperson told Wired that the study's suggestions "are not 'actionable,' merely thought provoking."
Joaquin F Suare... replied on Permalink
Hire US e-allies, PERFECT, a voluntary with help=a harder hammer
I tryied to become a US soldier when finaly came to the USA, my dream seemed becoming true. like these "thinks that happend", by the time I was begining to talk to my recruiter (1 week before 9-11) I confess was a litle scared for the next several months, back and forth with my dream, but went to it, and... by the time I was seriously decided, had a broken disk and 2 dislocated on my lower back. I cryed like the baby I was when I dreamed to become a dog-fight pilot.
At list, I still can express my self, and help on the war on terror, the battle for the ideas of the true American Universal dream.
may God bless America, and her allies.