Counter-Terrorism: The Quiet War In The Internet

While intelligence agencies regularly monitor the Internet for Islamic terrorist activity, it’s also possible for non-government groups (or individuals) to monitor and analyze the large amount of public activity by Islamic terrorists and their supporters. Even before intelligence agencies began monitoring Islamic terrorist activity on the Internet there were civilian who did it and they often passed interesting findings to intelligence or police agencies. These private efforts are still out there and they were largely responsible for showing the intel agencies how valuable this sort of thing could be in the first place.

  • Exile1981

    The western intel agencies are so infested with jihadi supporters it’s not like they are very effective at protecting us from them.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    When I go on one of the Jewish news sites that are often linked to here my browser suddenly gets very heavy with memory.
    I feel I have nothing to fear from them since I’ve made my views clear here and with my shameless theft of Gilbert Gottfried jokes.

    • mobuyus

      I worked for eighteen month’s at Project Borr in Ottawa. All the while posting some interesting stuff. I hope this doesn’t change under Twito. I know the Spies do not like him or the left’s project for Canada.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I’ll have to look that up.