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== Overview  ==
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Cyberterrorism entails the use of information technology as means by terrorist groups and agents.
  
Cyberterrorism entails the use of information technology and means by terrorist groups and agents.  
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Cyberterrorism includes activity such as use of information technology to organize and carry out attacks, support terrorist group activity, and carry out ideological campaigns for a terrorist organization.<ref>http://knowledgebase.findlaw.com/kb/2009/Dec/90186.html</ref>
  
Cyberterrorism includes activity such as use of information technology to organize and carry out attacks, support terrorist group activity, and carry out ideological campaigns for a terrorist organization.  
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The use of information technology and means by terrorist groups and agents constitute cyberterrorism.
  
The use of information technology and means by terrorist groups and agents constitute cyberterrorism.
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== Related Resources on FindLaw ==
  
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== See Also<br>  ==
 
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[[Intellectual Property]] [[Copyright]]  
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* [[Intellectual Property]]  
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* [[Copyright]]
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* [[Cybercrime]]
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* [[Computer Crime]]
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* [[Terrorism]]
  
[[Category:Internet_Law]] [[Category:Intellectual_Property_Law]] [[Category:Copyright]]
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Latest revision as of 00:07, 25 May 2010

Cyberterrorism entails the use of information technology as means by terrorist groups and agents.

Cyberterrorism includes activity such as use of information technology to organize and carry out attacks, support terrorist group activity, and carry out ideological campaigns for a terrorist organization.[1]

The use of information technology and means by terrorist groups and agents constitute cyberterrorism.

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