International Cyber Terrorism Regulation Project (ICTRP)
Terrorist organizations are increasingly exploiting the internet to promote extremist and violent ideologies, to radicalize individuals, to fund operations, and to otherwise support their illicit activities. At the same time, governments, international organizations, and private companies have been developing ways to fight such hostile uses of cyberspace through effective regulation. The International Cyber Terrorism Regulation Project (ICTRP) aims to facilitate deeper understanding and cooperation among key regulators dealing with this challenge in selected national and international jurisdictions.
Russia’s “Sovereign Internet” Law
Twitter Suspends Accounts Affiliated with Hamas and Hezbollah
Governments Hold Social Media Platforms Accountable for Content
Next Steps for the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT)
Podcast of ICT Roundtable on Countering Terrorist Use of The Internet, December 18, 2018, with Prof. Boaz Ganor, Dr. Erin Saltman, Policy Manager for Facebook’s Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Extremism Policy, and Adv. Deborah Housen-Couriel, at IDC Radio – 106.2FM.
Interview with Adv. Deborah Housen-Couriel on the ICTRP Project, December 27, 2018 – IDC International Radio, at IDC Radio – 106.2FM.