"From an information security point of view, we can
readily understand this first point since we experience this noise
today within on our networks...attacks that are conducted against
our organizations can originate from many diverse groups with for
different reasons. Former employees, competitors, or fraudsters can
have justifiable reasons in their mind to electronically cause you
pain or reputation harm...The challenge is to know when these
seemingly “innocent” attacks actually become terror.
Does the act require a certain number of members, a certain
political/ideological principle, or a certain funding to be
considered terrorism? Can one person be considered a
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