Type

Journal Article

Authors

Maura Conway

Subjects

Journalism & Mass Media

Topics
internet definition media perception cyberterrorism terrorism story

Cyberterrorism: the story so far (2003)

Abstract This paper is concerned with the origins and development of the concept of cyberterrorism. It seeks to excavate the story of the concept through an analysis of both popular/media renditions of the term and scholarly attempts to define the borders of same. The contention here is not that cyberterrorism cannot happen or will not happen, but that, contrary to popular perception, it has not happened yet.
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Ireland -> Dublin City University -> Subject = Social Sciences: Terrorism
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