Three-dimensional plastic representations of the Twitter, Facebook and YouTube logos in front of a flag of so-called Islamic State, displayed in the Bosnian city of Zenica, on February 3 last year. Terrorist groups rely heavily on social media and the internet to spread jihadist propaganda. Photo: Reuters

Why Theresa May’s call to arms on terrorism via social media could be blocked by reality

Daniel Wagner says cyberterrorists are shape-shifting entities in an anonymous, borderless world where they change tactics at will, putting them virtually out of reach of any law enforcement or intelligence net

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Three-dimensional plastic representations of the Twitter, Facebook and YouTube logos in front of a flag of so-called Islamic State, displayed in the Bosnian city of Zenica, on February 3 last year. Terrorist groups rely heavily on social media and the internet to spread jihadist propaganda. Photo: Reuters
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