Contrast the argument that terrorist acts are easy to predict with the argument that they cannot be identified or predicted.
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The first argument is currently sustained by researchers (like Wes Colley) who consider that is possible to identify and thwart terrorist activities by studying behavioral patterns and trends of previous similar acts (Weinberger, 2008). It is not trivial to discover the patterns in the current global context dominated by technology and large amount of information spread through all types of communication channels....
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