Home Affairs Committee - Nineteenth Report. Roots of violent radicalisation, 31 Jan 2012
Commons Select Committee, MPs urge internet providers to tackle on-line extremism "The Committee concludes that the internet is one of the most significant vehicles for promoting violent radicalism - more so than prisons, universities or places of worship, although direct, personal contact with radicals is in many cases also a significant factor. Witnesses told the Committee that the internet played a part in most, if not all, cases of violent radicalisation."
smh.com.au, UK lawmakers: Most radicalism linked to Internet, 6 Feb 2012