Search: European Union,Internet (2 materials)

Terrorist Movements Today: Self-Radicalization and Symbiotic Relationship

... issue. For instance, we had one particular case in 2012, in Belgium, where the court’s decision concerning five people who were charged with terrorism-related offences was altered and they were charged with using radicalization material. Now, what the European Union as an institution did is recognize that Internet radicalization is a significant threat, and terrorism was formalized in its 2002 Framework Decision on combating terrorism. It was also the only international organization that actually criminalized terrorism. If you go back to 9/11, at the time,...


iEurope: European Integration vs. Internet Fragmentation

... regulation. As a result, regional integration, the most noticeable trend of European development suffers. In 2012, Harvard researcher Jonah Force Hill discovered an Internet trend he titled fragmentation, i.e. the drive toward the nationalization of the Internet within individual states, despite the information space’s global nature. The European Union seems the most appealing and successful example of regional integration, although its members’ national interests have often collided both vis-à-vis each other and the EU as a whole. Further, information policies have been ...


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