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Cyber counter-terrorism is a crucial part of counter-terrorism policies. Indeed, Internet represents a powerful tool for radical groups in their recruitement and operational activities.

In order to cope with the phenomenon, national governments try to use cyber counter-terrorism strategies.

They can be strategies to regulate the use of Internet and identify dangerous websites, vectoring radical and violent ideologies. Digital strategies can also be used as tools to localise and act upon indivuduals and groups directly involved in radical activities.

When regulating cyber-space, governments face many difficulties. How to properly use digital tools for an efficient counter-terrorism strategy? How to regulate on individual's use of the internet without infinging on privacy and freedom of expression? Zahid: Centre to counter terrorism digitally to be set up in Malaysia this year. KUALA LUMPUR: The Regional Digital Counter-Messaging Communications Centre to counter terrorism is expected to be set up in Malaysia within this year, said Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pic).

Zahid: Centre to counter terrorism digitally to be set up in Malaysia this year

The Deputy Prime Minister said Malaysia was chosen to establish the centre, due to the country’s commitment to combat terrorism through introducing new laws as well as providing avenues for rehabilitation and re-radicalisation of militants. “Recruitment of militants is being done through social media, especially by the Islamic State (IS) terror group. This messaging centre will be vital in the effort to fight the spread of IS propaganda," said Dr Ahmad Zahid. He added that the establishment of the centre would use a template that is similar to what is being used in the United States and United Arab Emirates.

Digital Jihad. Note Conseil constitutionnel PJL renseignementt. Délit de consultation de sites terroristes : l’avis du CNNum. A la suite de la tragédie de Toulouse et Montauban, le Président de la République, dans une déclaration en date du 22 mars 2012, aindiqué que « Désormais toute personne qui consultera de manière habituelle des sites internet qui font l’apologie du terrorisme ou qui appellent à la haine et à la violence, sera punie pénalement ».

Délit de consultation de sites terroristes : l’avis du CNNum

A ce titre, il rappelait l’importance d’une action résolue en matière de prévention et répression du terrorisme, dans le respect des libertés publiques, et souhaitait que notre droit pénal s’adapte pour permettre à l’Etat de combattre plus efficacement et préventivement les phénomènes de radicalisation et d’endoctrinement qui peuvent en être à l’origine. En effet, le CNNum estime que la lutte contre les contenus et les comportements illicites diffusés et propagés sur l’internet demeure un objectif important. Avis sur le projet de loi relatif à la lutte contre le terrorisme. Dans le cadre de ses missions, le Conseil national du numérique a été saisi par le Ministre de l’Intérieur sur le projet de loi renforçant les dispositions relatives à la lutte contre le terrorisme.

Avis sur le projet de loi relatif à la lutte contre le terrorisme

Saisi le 25 juin 2014 par le Ministère de l’Intérieur le Conseil national du numérique (CNNum) rend public son avis, adopté à l’unanimité, sur l’article 9 du projet de loi renforçant les dispositions relatives à la lutte contre le terrorisme. Ces dispositions prévoient de contourner l’autorité judiciaire en autorisant le blocage par les fournisseurs d’accès ou le retrait par les hébergeurs, sur simple demande administrative en dehors du processus judiciaire, des sites diffusant des propos ou images provoquant à la commission d’actes terroristes ou en faisant l’apologie.

Le dispositif prévoit également un élargissement du champ des outils de notification imposés aux prestataires techniques. L’avis est disponible en plusieurs langues / Available in several languages: Espace de restitution. 2014 07 16 Réponses MI CNNum Avis3 2014 TerroNum. U.S. to Share Counter-Terrorism Data with France. (TNS) -- The White House has agreed to streamline the sharing of intelligence and operational military information with French authorities, one of several efforts aimed at countering Islamic State extremists since last week’s Paris attacks.

U.S. to Share Counter-Terrorism Data with France

President Barack Obama announced the agreement Monday at the Group of 20 summit in Antalya, Turkey. The new arrangement “will allow our personnel to pass threat information, including on (Islamic State), to our French partners even more quickly and more often,” he said. Obama did not provide details, but officials said France will have access to communications intercepts and other raw intelligence at a level close to that provided to America’s English-speaking allies: Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

In Washington, CIA Director John O. Saisine cyberterrorisme. Terrorism, Communication and New Media: Explaining Radicalization in the Digital Age. Terrorism, Communication and New Media: Explaining Radicalization in the Digital Age by Cristina Archetti Abstract This article aims to demonstrate that a greater understanding of communication in the 21st century is essential to more effective counterterrorism.

Terrorism, Communication and New Media: Explaining Radicalization in the Digital Age

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