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Activism, Hacktivism, and Cyberterrorism: The Internet as a Tool for Influencing Foreign Policy

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Dorothy E. Denning, Activism, Hacktivism, and Cyberterrorism: The Internet as a Tool for Influencing Foreign Policy (Rand 2001) (John Arquilla & David Ronfeldt eds.) (full-text).

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This publication explores how the Internet is altering the landscape of political discourse and advocacy, with particular emphasis on how it is used by those wishing to influence foreign policy. The publication is organized around three broad classes of activity: activism, hacktivism, and cyberterrorism.

Emphasis is on actions taken by non-state actors, including both individuals and organizations, but state actions are discussed where they reflect foreign policy decisions triggered by the Internet.

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