The Internet and self-radicalisation

Convenient bogeyman: Online behaviour, such as cyber harassment or consumption of radicalised content, are likely linked to issues experienced in the physical world. — Pixabay

MARINE operations executive Shio Kumar thought little of his children’s activities on the Internet until news broke that a 16-year-old had planned to carry out terror attacks in Singapore after being radicalised online.

The father of five – aged three to 24 – said his children had free access to devices but now questions the decision.

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