Tuesday, October 2

news.telegraph.co.uk - I was one of the Taliban's torturers: I crucified people "At first, Mr Hassani's job was to patrol the streets at night looking for thieves and signs of subversion. However, as the Taliban leadership began issuing more and more extreme edicts, his duties changed.
Instead of just searching for criminals, the night patrols were instructed to seek out people watching videos, playing cards or, bizarrely, keeping caged birds. Men without long enough beards were to be arrested, as was any woman who dared venture outside her house. Even owning a kite became a criminal offence."

I wonder if full encryption is allowed in Afghanistan? I wonder what they could do with face-recognition technology?


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