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News from the United Kingdom, Thursday 30th May 2013

BBC News: Viewpoints: How should radicalisation be tackled? ‘The killing of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich has reopened the debate about those who carry out acts of violence in the name of Islamist fundamentalism. Experts give their opinions on how society and the authorities should react to this incident and what could be done to combat […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Wednesday 13th February 2013

The Telegraph: Convicted terrorist ‘used bomb-making chemicals to treat his warts’. ‘The chemicals were uncovered in a bedroom at his mum’s Sheffield home after he left a hoax bomb on a bus in 2007. Roddis was jailed in 2008, but released early in January 2011. He is now on trial at the Old Bailey, accused of […]

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The Intersections of Technology, Crime, and Terror

As technology plays an increasingly important role in everyday life, the Internet, computers, and telephony are increasingly co-opted by criminals, extremists, and terror organizations in order to operate more efficiently. In particular, extremist and terror groups have begun to use technology as a means for communications, fundraising, and information gathering due to the anonymity it […]

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