I spoke with the Sydney Morning Herald about how Info Ops HQ’s OSINT investigation found that Prakash was alive as early as July/August 2016 – even after the US and Australian Governments declared him killed in an April airstrike… read the article here.
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On the Defence Connect Podcast: The Art of Influence
Matejic, a former strategic communications and ministerial services specialist for Defence, takes us through the changing world of Defence in the age of social media, the advent of ISIS, and social media in a conflict environment.
We Don’t Have A Fake News Problem, We Have A Reality Problem
The term ‘fake news’ has become the ultimate sledge and narrative equaliser in the war being fought for your on and offline perceptions. With global trust in crisis, the social media echo chamber is in a perpetual state of spin as facts are traded for fiction and rationality has fallen out of vogue.
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The Content Wars: my article for 'NATO Review'
This open-source intelligence investigation found that so-called Islamic State run a sophisticated peer-to-peer network, which is worlds apart from the perception that ‘social media’ alone radicalises young men and women.
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Aussie start-up stars shine
Nicole was a finalist in the 'Start Tel Aviv' competition run by the Embassy of Israel in Australia .
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Social media war: Kurdish supporters vie with Islamic State in bid to win recruits
Social media influences people's decision-making: it serves to normalise highly abnormal situations - such as what conflict zones are like, when trying to attract foreign fighters.
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