All the things you cannot do in “real life”:
- It is an offence to “support a proscribed organisation”, or publish images that may give the impression that you support them – for example wearing clothes with their logo on it.
- Do not view, download or possess material produced by Al-Qaeda, Islamic State and other banned groups like Hezbollah or the PKK – unless you can show this was for academic or journalistic purposes.
- It is an offence to collect record or possess information likely to be used to commit or prepare an act of terrorism, even if you never intended to use the material in that way.
- Do not share material by banned groups such as Al-Qaeda, Islamic State and others, even if you are doing so as a joke or to stir up debate.
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