The Fight Against Terrorism Online: Here’s The Verdict

By Nikita Malik

I was studying counter terrorism prosecutions in the United Kingdom recently.

Individuals who commit terrorism-related offences often have political, religious, racial, or ideological motivations. These are different from typical criminal motivations, which may be for personal gain or revenge, for example.

Over the years, a number of offences and powers have been designed to counter the activities of terrorists. Examples of terrorism offences include, but are not limited to: preparation of terrorist acts, collecting information, dissemination of terrorist publications, and other common offences including membership or support of a proscribed organisation, encouragement of terrorism, or attendance at a place for terrorist training.

Read the full article in Forbes.


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