Al-Qaeda & Cyberterrorism

The Internet has emerged as the general "domain" of al-Qaeda



Transnational terrorists not only study the nuances of the globalized environment, but are busy finding ways to exploit it to promote their own highly dangerous objectives. The most recent example is al-Qaeda's mastery of cyberspace to plan future terrorist attacks. That organization's involvement in cyberterrorism revolves around the use of cyberspace not as a weapon, but as a tool. Its increasingly deft use of the Internet is making it hard for law-enforcement organizations to tackle al-Qaeda effectively.

The Agonist

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