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Activism, Hacktivism, And Cyberterrorism: The Internet As A Tool For Influencing Foreign Policy

RAND Corporation, July 2001


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Resource IDdenning2001
Resource titleActivism, Hacktivism, And Cyberterrorism: The Internet As A Tool For Influencing Foreign Policy
Author(s)Dorothy E. Denning
Publication/ sourceRAND Corporation
Date publishedJuly 2001
Summary text/ abstractIn this chapter, Denning (Georgetown University) examines how activists, hacktivists, and cyberterrorists use the Internet, and what influence they have been able to exert on policymakers. Social activists seem the most effective of these netwar actors. Hacktivists and cyberterrorists have not posed much of a real threat to date – but this could change if they acquire better tools, techniques, and methods of organization, and if cyberdefenses do not keep pace. In this swiftly evolving area, today's tools and techniques are often soon outdated; yet Denning's analytic approach should prove conceptually sound for years to come.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Politics
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