Are We Heading Towards a ‘Digital 9/11’?

A decade on from the Al-Qaeda sponsored terrorist attacks on the US, and the way in which we, as an international community, live our daily lives continues to be shaped by those few fateful hours, whether it be the news we read on our front pages, the movies we watch, or the lengthy – and now second nature – procedures we endure at airport check-in. In recent years, discussion has turned to the possibility of another brewing disaster, unique to our digitally dependent era; that o...
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