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S. Institute for Peace, Washington, DC, 2006. S. E. S. record_id=11848. ) IOS Press, 2008 © 2008 IOS Press. All rights reserved. Use of the Internet by Terrorists – A Threat Analysis – Phillip W. BRUNST1 Senior Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg i. , Germany Abstract. The separation between a physical, “real” world and a digital, “virtual” world is vanishing. Computer systems control physical infrastructure and, contrariwise, the often adjured cyber world relies on physical cables, switches, and other hardware.
K. von Knop / Institutionalization of a Web-Focused, Multinational Counter-Terrorism Campaign 21 needs participation. 23 The known open source literature describes four roles: • “Complete participation – the researcher participates in deviant or illegal activities and goes on to actively influence the direction of the group • Participant as observer – the researcher participates in deviant or illegal activities but does not try to influence the direction of the group • Observer as participant – the researcher participates in a one-time deviant or illegal activity but then takes a back seat to any further activities • Complete observation – the researcher is a member of the group but does not participate in any deviant or illegal activities” 24 The key point behind all of them is that the researcher must operate on two levels: becoming an insider while remaining an outsider.
Information science and technology has drastically expanded the mechanisms by which data can be collected, and knowledge extracted and disseminated through automated means. Recent technological achievements provide knowledge discovery techniques and they promise an easy, convenient, and practical way of exploring very large collections of data for organizations and users. They can: identify terrorist groups and individuals; identify an initial set of websites created by these groups; make link analysis and collect content and context of the identified terrorist websites, forums and chat rooms.