Extremists Are Flocking To The ‘Dark Web’

Attempts to block extremist material online will always fail despite a British counter-terrorism unit taking down more than 100 web pages a day, a think tank has warned.

The terrorist material reappears on the Internet as quickly as it is banished and the policy risks driving fanatics on to the “dark web” where they are even harder to track, according to the Quilliam Foundation.

It warned that censorship and filtering tactics are ineffective and that openly challenging the material is likely to have a greater impact.

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  • Brett_McS

    Challenging the material may have a greater impact … or on the other hand it may show that the “extremists” are actually the more faithful followers of the tenets of Islam. And that would be … uncomfortable for the multi-culties.

  • FactsWillOut

    The Dark Web is necessary.
    Funny, how it got called the “Dark Web”, when the rest of the web is beholden to and monitored by the very same folk who are importing Islam into the west.