Type

Journal Article

Authors

Maura Conway

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
computer hackers alliance political science cyberterrorism terrorism cracking hacktivism hacking

Hackers as terrorists? Why it doesn't compute (2003)

Abstract The bulk of this article is concerned with showing why computer hackers and terrorists are unlikely to form an unholy alliance to engage in so-called cyberterrorism. The remainder of the paper examines why neither hacktivists nor crackers fall easily into the cyberterrorist category either
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Ireland -> Dublin City University -> Subject = Social Sciences: Terrorism
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