Throughout history, terrorism has made use of communication with an increasing trend of growing technology in order to have a catalyst effect for terrorist acts. Unfortunately, as means of communication serve the commercial interests of players in the media, by-product formation of the catalyst effect seems around a symbiotic relationship between each party. At the point of breaking the relationship, governments enter the scene and intervene in it. While doing that, governments actually have experience to avoid vulnerabilities of democracies that serve the freedom of expression for the media. Therefore, it is required to open the media's eyes to make them choose a balanced way in defence against terrorism. And yet, this article provides a platform to present details of the relationship consisting of three parties in order to deeply understand expectations of each party so that appropriate measures in defence against terrorism through the media can be described.
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