The purpose of this online survey is to gain valuable insight on the topic of cyberterrorism for counterterrorism experts and policy makers around the world. 


Your participation is voluntary and your voluntary participation will be acknowledged by completing and submitting the form. If you do not wish to participate in the research study, do not fill out the form.

The procedure involves filling out a short 10-question online survey that will only take a few minutes of your time.

Your responses will be confidential and we do not collect identifying information such as your name, email address or IP address. However, results of the survey will be gathered for publication.

Researchers include J.M. Phelps, Philip B. Haney, and Animesh Roul.

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* 1. Age?

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* 2. Sex?

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* 3. Who is the prime target group for terrorists using online platforms (pick one)?

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* 4. What are the most popular uses of online platforms for terrorists (you may choose several options)?

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* 5. Which of the above uses (from question #4) concerns you the most (please list in order of highest to lowest concern, if you choose more than one answer)?

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* 6. How critical are the online platforms for Al-Qaeda’s communication, propaganda, recruitment, and networking?

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* 7. How critical are the online platforms for ISIS' communication, propaganda, recruitment, and networking?

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* 8. What is the likelihood America will see an increase in “lone wolf” terrorist activity as a result of terrorists' online communication, propaganda, recruitment, and networking?

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* 9. ISIS managed to recruit about 30,000+ foreign fighters to join and fight in Syria and Iraq. How important was the Internet in recruiting these fighters?

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* 10. Do you think that future online platforms will be more or less important for the terrorists?

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