It’s time to open up a new front in the fight against Isis. Google’s head of ideas, whose job is to develop tools to battle oppression, said this week that stopping Isis being able to publicize itself on the internet requires forcing its supporters off the open web.
In a speech at the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House, Google’s Jared Cohen argued that it is really not possible to stop terrorists like Isis from using Tor and accessing the dark web. He went on to argue that the best way to prevent terrorist organizations from propagating online is to hunt them down and kick them off the open web, that is, the millions of websites that can be indexed by search engines.
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