Terrorists Taking Up Cyberspace
A car bomb shattered storefronts in Netanya, a seaside resort town in northern Israel, and wounded 60 diners and shoppers on the evening of Jan. 1. There was one fatality–the bomber himself. The group behind this blast didn't call a TV station to claim credit. Instead Hamas, the Palestinian organization that sponsors acts of terror against Israel, posted a note on its Web site. It turns out that the Internet–inexpensive, open and accessible at any time from anywhere–is an ideal tool for terrorists. Full Story – For more insights – Information Terrorism: Can You Trust Your Toaster?