First Monday, a peer-reviewed journal on and about the internet, provides evidence of the beguiling - and dangerous - flatness of the web.
By ‘flatness’ I mean that you don’t have to grub down through much undergrowth to find things, particularly things that you really ought to leave well alone.
Maura Conway’s article Reality Bytes: Cyberterrorism and Terrorist ‘Use’ of the Internet contains a handy table listing the 33 groups deemed by the US Department of State as Foreign Terrorist Organisations. 19 of them are listed with their website addresses.
Unsurprisingly, First Monday has chosen not to display these as hotlinks. To do so would be effectively to mark the journal as a node of terrorist activity. For a similar reason, it would be a really bad idea to try any of the links yourself. Particularly if you’re at work.