Volume V, 2006
Paul G. Harwood
In this paper we explore the usage of information communication technologies (ICTs) in the proliferation of non-state political violence, and governmental countermeasures to thwart such actions. We are specifically interested in gauging how communication technologies are being adapted to provide such non-state with new terrorist repertoires. To explore this issue, we utilize personal interviews with members of the U.S. government and members of Washington’s IT security community.
Cox, Christopher J., "Digital Repertoires: Non-State Actors and ICTs" (2006). All Volumes (2001-2008). Paper 57.