Global Research Network on Terrorism and Technology
The first phase of GIFCT’s Academic Research Network was led by the UK’s Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). The research conducted by this network sought to better understand radicalization, recruitment, and the myriad of ways terrorist entities use the digital space. As a result, the Global Research Network on Terrorism and Technology produced 13 papers based on the conducted research, and hosted two international conferences to share and discuss new findings.
- Public–Private Collaboration to Counter the Use of the Internet for Terrorist Purposes: What Can be Learnt from Efforts on Terrorist Financing?
- A Study of Outlinks Contained in Tweets Mentioning Rumiyah
- Shedding Light on Terrorist and Extremist Content Removal
- Following the Whack-a-Mole: Britain First’s Visual Strategy from Facebook to Gab
- The Evolution of Online Violent Extremism in Indonesia and the Philippines
- Mapping the Jihadist Information Ecosystem: Towards the Next Generation of Disruption Capability
- Terrorist Definitions and Designations Lists: What Technology Companies Need to Know
- Radical Filter Bubbles Social Media Personalisation Algorithms and Extremist Content
- The International Cyber Terrorism Regulation Project
- Social Media and Terrorist Financing What are the Vulnerabilities and How Could Public and Private Sectors Collaborate Better?
- The Conflict in Jammu and Kashmir and the Convergence of Technology and Terrorism
- Towards a Framework for Post-Terrorist Incident Communications Strategies
- Transnational Lessons from Terrorist Use of Social Media in South Asia