Hacking & Cracking: Hacktivism
Hacktivism, and Cyberterrorism: The Internet as a Tool for Influencing
Foreign Policy Dorothy E. Denning, Georgetown University
Electrohippie Collective's Website 'In
modern society the ability to communicate, organise and protest
is enshrined through laws and constitutions. It is something,
that at the national and international level, is considered to
form the basis of a democratic society. Today, these rights do
not exist in cyberspace for the peoples of many countries.'
[thehacktivist.com] is dedicated to examining the theory and
practice of hacktivism and electronic civil disobedience while
contributing to the evolution of hacktivism by promoting constructive
debate, effective direct action, and creative solutions to
complex problems in order to facilitate positive change.'