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Tech-savvy Americans track religious extremists on the Web

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Douglas J. Hagmann, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, speaks about his job as a counter-terrorism investigator at a radio appearance(Please note that this photo's size is 2300x1700). (Courtesy of Douglas J. Hagmann)

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Douglas J. Hagmann, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, speaks to a group of law enforcement officers in Orlando, Fla., about his experience as a counter-terrorism investigator (Please note that this photo's size is 2000x1700). (Courtesy of Douglas J. Hagmann)

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Aaron Weisburd, depending on an article that appeared in December 2004 at the Palestinian Information Center's Web site, says Hamas called him a "virus" that eats away at good Muslim Web sites. (C. Onur Ant/CNS)

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Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, some technology-savvy Americans are spending their spare time tracking religious extremists on the Web.


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