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The cyberspace is increasingly used as a medium to illegally fund, recruit, train, and incite individuals against European social and democratic ideals.
The core aim of the PROPHETS project is to examine the process of behavioural radicalisation online and how it leads to hate speech, terrorist financing, terrorist-generated content, and terrorist recruitment and training.
PROPHETS focuses on the process of behavioural radicalisation and addresses the relational dynamics between radical behaviours and four key areas.
The core aim of the PROPHETS project is to improve the understanding of behavioural radicalization online.
The PROPHETS project analyses behavioural radicalisation in order to provide knowledge and tools to investigators as well as the public.
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