"The Internet and Terrorism"
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The paper examines Lewis' argument in his article, "The Internet and Terrorism", where he asserts that attempts to restrict terrorists' Internet use is not only illogical but likely impossible and would do more harm than good. The paper explains Lewis' belief that those who wish to limit Internet access to terrorists are not thinking logically but act impetuously in a manner that will likely hurt democratic society and free speech more than it will hurt terrorists.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Lewis, James A. (April 1, 2005) "The Internet and Terrorism" in the Proceedings of the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Society for International Law at :http://www.csis.org/component/option,com_csis_pubs/task,view/id,523/
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"The Internet and Terrorism" (2008, August 19) Retrieved May 08, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-internet-and-terrorism-107030/
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