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  • Online forum on the internet used as tactical facilitator by terrorists

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    The online forum will focus on key issues related to how terrorists can potentially use the internet to plan and carry out attacks. Based on a discussion paper circulated to OSCE participating and Partner States, the goal of the forum discussions will be to identify pertinent trends and responses to this threat in line with OSCE commitments as well as to identify how the OSCE can further contribute to countering the Internet being used as tactical facilitator by terrorists.

  • Online forum on terrorist use of social networking tools

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    The online forum will focus on key issues related to how terrorists use Social Networking Tools to communicate, network, incite, glorify and plan. Based on a discussion paper circulated to OSCE participating and Partner States, the goal of the forum discussions will be to identify pertinent responses in line with OSCE commitments as well as to identify how the OSCE can further contribute to countering terrorist use of Social Networking Tools.

  • Online forum on right wing violent extremism/terrorist use of the internet: Emerging patterns and differences

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    The online forum will focus on key issues related to how right wing violent extremists/terrorists use the Internet. It will identify trends and differences to other terrorists’ use of the Internet, potential responses in line with OSCE commitments as well as identify how the OSCE can further contribute to efforts to counter this threat.

  • Online expert forum on institutionalising Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to combat terrorist use of the internet: Getting the balance between public and private contributions right

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    The online forum will focus on the preconditions necessary to establish effective and mutually beneficial public-private partnerships to combat terrorist use of the Internet. In addition, it will explore ways how such partnerships can be institutionalised. The forum will also look into the vital role of Internet users and civil society as third partners within PPPs to combat terrorist use of the Internet as well as identify how the OSCE can further contribute to such partnerships.