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Posted 5/27/15 , edited 5/27/15
So, I just found this.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/05/26/teen-in-playstation-terrorism-case-gets-two-years-in-prison/



A 14-year-old Austrian teen was sentenced to two years in jail Tuesday after pleading guilty to terrorism charges.
The boy downloaded bomb-making plans onto his PlayStation game console and made contact with militants in Syria who support ISIS.


Opinions, feelings?


I personally think prison is the wrong way to handle this since there's a risk he might end up meeting new ISIS supporters there. I personally think he should get some psychological help and/or sent to a prison where he have no integration whit any other prisoner
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Posted 5/27/15
Prison is a good idea if he actually stays there. The only reason sending him to prison would backfire is if they released him later on, which they probably would. Seems like even if you kill thousands of people now, they'll still let you out within no time as long as you behave in prison.

Also, how the hell are bomb making plans available online? Surely that should be addressed first.
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I just heard about this from alphaomegasin youtube. Personally I have to ask myself what is wrong with people now a days. First off so many people leaving their homes to join isis. As for the kid he had to know what he was doing at 14 your not a complete fool. My feelings alpha sums it up pretty well for me.
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I love Playstation, I hate ISIS.

This kid is an idiot just like any moron who defects to them.
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Posted 5/27/15 , edited 5/27/15
wow this boy is handy just imagine if he was doing good for mankind.
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Posted 5/27/15

eclair-lumiere wrote:

Prison is a good idea if he actually stays there. The only reason sending him to prison would backfire is if they released him later on, which they probably would. Seems like even if you kill thousands of people now, they'll still let you out within no time as long as you behave in prison.

Also, how the hell are bomb making plans available online? Surely that should be addressed first.


This is just my theory, nut It's probably not available on the normal internet that we're using right now but rather on the deep web. If you don't know what the deep web is then it's a part of the internet that's hidden from the rest of the internet. You can find everything from forums to hitmans, weapons, drugs (silk road), extreme porn and etc on the deep web. Don't look it up!
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Posted 5/27/15 , edited 5/27/15
Well that's great.

Gotta love stupid teenage boys with stupid plans.

...*sigh*
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Posted 5/27/15 , edited 5/28/15
I say that's a good thing, especially if he went that far. It's so sad how someone that young can be deluded, living in a free country, with the qualities of technology and taking everything for granted and for what, so he can live out his dream of living in the shit-hole middle east?

Maybe he does need psychological help, what about his parents? I mean someone is telling him this stuff.
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I won't look it up. But to me the easiest solution would be to get rid of the "dark web" so they can't find this stuff.
Posted 5/27/15 , edited 5/27/15
i think he could have even found it on the surface web. it's him contacting the terrorists that set off the alarms. depending on him downloadng the manual first.

i bet it's all these violent games that psychologically fuck up their mind.
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Posted 5/27/15

AiYumega wrote:

I love Playstation, I hate ISIS.

This kid is an idiot just like any moron who defects to them.


yup
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your blaming the games

thats funny
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Posted 5/27/15 , edited 5/27/15

QuietlyLoud wrote:

Well that's great.

Gotta love stupid teenage boys with stupid plans.

...*sigh*


thats a very bold statement
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Posted 5/27/15

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I won't look it up. But to me the easiest solution would be to get rid of the "dark web" so they can't find this stuff.


This is extremely off topic to the kid... But it goes into detail of the deep web.

Easy to say almost impossible to do. First of all to access the deep web you need to be connected to the onion router or use software like tor, the onion router and tor's main functionality is to hide your IP on an extreme level that not even a VPN (virtual private network) or Proxy can do. The main reason people use tor and the onion router is 'cause they want to hide their IP and to make online activists able to help citizens who live in countries where freedom of speech isn't a thing.

And the deep web started on tor and the onion router as a place where big corporations dumped their files due to how secure and hard it was to track. This meant that it would almost be impossible for corporate secrets to get leaked and if it did then they could pin down who leaked it easy... However criminals started to use it soon after corporations started to use it, and now it's basiclly just a shit hole filled whit corporate files and illegal stuff.

And the problem whit the deep web is that you never know where something is stores due to the fact that everything is hosted throught the onion router, this means you never know where you should look if you want to stop something. And even if someone stops something on the deep web then 5 new versions of the same thing will pop up again. The only way to shut down the onion router and deep web is if we destroy every device connected to it. And let's be honest, that's not really easy to do...

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I didn't understand any of what you just said, so I'll just take your word for it that it's impossible to do.
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