Counterterrorism Blog: Virtual Assassination as a Counterterrorism tool
In this article the author Roderick Jones, a former member of the UK Counter-Terrorism Command, describes how a Virtual assasination could bring to similar effects as a real assasination.
I decided to publish this article because it is in line with what I think about Cyberwar, Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism. Most of the actual definitions used to set the context for Cyberterrorism and Cyberwar are based on the equivalent definition used for the "Kinetic" (or real) world. But cyberspace does not follow the rules of the real world, so I doubt we can simply translate the traditional definition, adapting them to the Cyberspace.