This 2014 article focuses on crowd-sourced information on smartphones. The article is based on a large-scale collaborative study by seven researchers at the University of Oxford and the University of Birmingham.
This 2015 slideshow and accompanying notes by netnography discipline founder Robert Kozinets presents an informative look at the ethical concerns to conducting netnographic and wider online data collection and cultural research.
This 2014 article uses a case study method to examine the implications of using the emerging technology of predictive analytics in a homeland security context, to provide increased intelligence for counterterrorism initiatives.
This 2014 paper presents a web-crawler called the Terrorism and Extremism Network Extractor (TENE), designed to gather information about extremist activities on the Internet.
This 2013 paper describes Netvizz, a data collection and extraction application on Facebook that allows researchers to export data in standard file formats from different sections of the social networking platform.
This 2014 paper utilizes a form of network representation that incorporates multiple data views to uncover and categorize networks of accounts that fall into four broadly defined groups in the Syrian conflict.
This portal gathers an annotated collection of recent research on the ways in which social media and new technologies may be leveraged in the fight against violent extremism