The Internet has enabled revolutions in the Middle East and changed the way people communicate. It has also become a tool for hate groups and terrorists. A new report by the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles suggests that the problem is worsening.
Rick Eaton, a senior researcher for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, points to some of the 15,000 websites scrutinized in this year's "Digital Terrorism and Hate" report. He says Internet forums offer a wealth of information for would-be terrorists.