Hacker attack cripples al-Qaida on web

Digital assault is similar to one last year linked to UK government

Computer hackers shut down al-Qaida's ability to communicate its messages to the world through the Internet, interrupting the group's flow of videos and communiqu├ęs, according to a terrorism expert. Full Story »

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This is not a particularly detailed news story, but it is very recent information.

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The article was of interest to me and I did not get any feeling of author bias from it. It contained support links etc. So I'd give it a 7 and don't feel like my time was wasted.

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