Using online harassers’ and criminals’ own words against them

by Terry Royce, October 24, 2017

Experiencing on-line harassment? Look here to see what can be done …. and how forensic linguistic researchers aim to use online harassers’ and criminals’ own words against them …. http://www.cbsnews.com/…/forensic-linguistics-makes-web-le…/ Language detectives make the web less anonymous WWW.CBSNEWS.COM

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An analysis of Trump’s tweets – by Prof. George Lakoff

by Terry Royce, October 24, 2017

This is from an analysis of Trump’s tweets – by Prof. George Lakoff at https://georgelakoff.com/ My view: all communication has a purpose or rhetorical focus, and even though Trump seems to be unhinged at times, he is using some pretty basic ‘moves’. If you want another angle on how someone … Continue reading

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Linguistic Analysis of WannaCry Ransomware Messages Suggests Chinese-Speaking Authors

by Terry Royce, October 24, 2017

Flashpoint conducted linguistic analyses of ransom notes found within the WannaCry malware to determine the native tongue of the author(s). Their very interesting analysis suggests Chinese-speaking authors ….. Go to: https://www.flashpoint-intel.com/…/linguistic-analysis-wan…/ Flashpoint – Linguistic Analysis of WannaCry Ransomware Suggests Chinese-Speaking Authors FLASHPOINT-INTEL.COM

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A forensic linguistic application of computational techniques to Abraham Lincoln’s letter

by Terry Royce, October 24, 2017

Here is an interesting forensic linguistic application of computational techniques applied to a famous letter purportedly written by Abraham Lincoln, but sometimes attributed to his secretary John Hay. http://time.com/4855…/abraham-lincoln-john-hay-bixby-letter/

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Questioned authorship analysis of an email

by Terry Royce, February 5, 2015

Just completed an initial assessment on 31 text(s) re viability for a more in-depth forensic stylistic analysis for a major international law firm (representing a local client).

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