Early warning of Saudi Arabia unrest seen on the Internet again

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London, UK - 14 May 2003, 12:00 GMT - Overt digital attacks are increasingly acting as a barometer of political tension worldwide and point the way towards predicting where social unrest is about to take place in the wake of cyber unrest.

Civil disobedience, street anarchy and the planning for complex subversive incidents is increasingly conduited through the internet and appears to be galvanised by the same sources of radical inspiration and incitement.

The mi2g Intelligence Unit tracked and announced a wave of overt digital attacks with anti-American and anti-Royal-regime sentiments that were occurring across Gulf Co-operation Council countries including Saudi Arabia on 10th April this year that pointed towards physical militant or subversive activity as a possible follow on.


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