DHS Terrorist Use of Social Networking Facebook Case Study

DHS Terrorist Use of Social Networking Facebook Case Study

Terrorists have traditionally sought to exploit new and alternative media, particularly on the Internet, to spread their propaganda and to a lesser extent, operational and tactical guidance to prospective supporters through websites, forums, blogs, chat rooms etc.
In recent years, Islamic terrorists have expanded the purview of their online endeavors into social networking sites, websites that create and foster online communities organized around shared affinities and affiliations that connect people based on interests and relationships.

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Stefano Mele il giorno 06/12/2010 11.06.44 scrive:

Ritengo che il passaggio centrale di questo studio del DHS sia: "These posts call for the organized, strategic exploitation of Facebook, recognizing its value as a platform for reaching a wider, younger audience. The user who posted steps for ‘invading’ Facebook recognizes the inherent value in exploiting a non-ideological medium, namely its wide user base that is comprised of the general public. [...]"