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As we observe the fifth anniversary of 9/11 - the September 11th, 2001 attacks on the United States and the toppling of the World Trade Center - we note some related Internet legacies and resources.

The first is the phenomena of terrorist organizations openly creating terrorist recruitment and hate-mongering sites, and the tandem phenomena of hackers starting to target and take down those sites. Where government agencies - particularly U.S. government agencies - are hamstrung by rules and regulations and the protection of freedom of speech, hackers are not. Hackers have started to take down terror sites as quickly as they go up. (Read more about hackers taking down terror sites here.)

As the Iraq war waged, and concurrently more and more people began to use the Internet to disseminate news and to share first person accounts, pictures and accounts of attrocities ricocheted around the globe at Internet speed - faster even than television news speed. But now it’s no longer just news sites and blogs that are utilizing the Internet to get the word and the picture out. Official sites are now taking the war on terror to the people using the Internet. As an example, the Army Times posts footage of a sniper attack in which a soldier is wounded

Read the rest at: http://www.theinternetpatrol.com/911-and-the-internet


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