Something other than YouTube videos has recently become the buzz in the blogosphere, and it rests in a question that sounds like a twisted childhood game: "If you were a terrorist, how would you attack?"
The question was asked by blogger Steven D. Levitt, in The NY Times' Freakonomics blog. In it, Levitt asks readers to submit their worst-case scenarios for a terrorist attack — his was an idea, taken from his father, for multiple snipers to attack various parts of the country at the same time.
Levitt says the reason for the blog was "a form of public service: I presume that a lot more folks who oppose and fight terror read this blog than actual terrorists. So by getting these ideas out in the open, it gives terror fighters a chance to consider and plan for these scenarios before they occur." READ MORE
Some think the online article was a "how-to guide for terrorists on the Web," while others agree that it was a way to stay alert to the dangers of today's world. What do you think?
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