Information Operations Newsletter Vol. 13 No. 07

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Articles in this issue are:

1. Social Banditry and the Public Persona of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán
2. India Sets Up Social Media Monitoring Lab
3. Hacking the News: Information Warfare in the Age of Twitter
4. Information Operations Is Just another Media Format Vying For the Eyes of
the Audience
5. China’s Cyberspies Outwit Model for Bond’s Q
6. Getting Inside the Head of Italian PSYOPS: Interview with Colonel Marco
Stoccuto
7. Understanding Groupthink
8. Are Military Hackers Targeting Tibetan Activists?
9. DOD Forming Information Operations Executive Steering Group
10. Pentagon: China Views Information Warfare as Key to Countering U.S.
Pacific Forces
11. US Directly Blames China’s Military for Cyberattacks
12. Pentagon Warns North Korea Could Become a Hacker Haven
13. Loose Lips: Candid Camera Club Alerts N. Korea of USS Nimitz’s Arrival
14. Why Two Domains Are Better Than One
15. The Problem with Crowdsourcing Intelligence in Syria
16. US Government Becomes ‘Biggest Buyer’ Of Malware
17. How Twitter Is Messing With Al-Qaeda’s Careful PR Machine
18. Chinese University Lab Linked To PLA Cyber Attacks
19. China Conducts Test of New Anti-Satellite Missile
20. New Payload Brings Jamming Capability To An Army UAS For The First Time
21. Communication Systems Subject To Monitoring, OPSEC Reminders
22. US Could Use Cyberattack on Syrian Air Defenses
23. GAO: Military Propaganda Efforts Flawed
24. ¡Dios Mío! Pentagon’s Latest Weapon in Colombian Drug War? Soap Operas
25. Tracking Cyberterrorists
26. US Ill-Prepared For EMP Attack
27. Waging the Cyber War in Syria
28. Globalization Creates a New Worry: Enemy Convergence