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In recent decades, policing has undergone major changes, with changes and expansion of the private sector and social needs, the reorganization of national security services and law enforcement agencies to a large extent affecting se- curity levels.

My goal is to present the actors of private security and national security and the needs caused by social and security challenges, along with the security phe- nomena that accompany our day, such as change in law enforcement, terrorism, migration, and certain aspects of cyberspace in relation to information flow is- sues.

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1. Gabriel Weimann (2010): Terror on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. The Brown Journal of World Affairs, vol. 14, iss. 2, pp. 1 3.

2. Gabriel Weimann (2006): Virtual Disputes: The Use of the Internet for Ter- rorist Debates. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 623 639.

3. Paul Gill (2016): Online Behaviours of Convicted Terrorists. VOX-Pol Publ., p. 4.

4. Amy E. Thornton (2015): Understanding Radicalisation. Doctoral thesis.

University College London.

5. Jacob A. Ravndal (2014): The Online Life of a Modern Terrorist: Anders -Pol, October 28, 2014.

http://www.voxpol.eu/the-online-life-of-a-modern-terrorist-anders- behring-breiviks-use-of-the-internet/

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(2016): For EU eyes only? Intelligence and European security.

Institute for Security Studies, no. 8.

Gill, Paul (2016): Online Behaviours of Convicted Terrorists. VOX-Pol Publ.

Ravndal, Jacob A. (2014): The Online Life of a Modern Terrorist: Anders

Behrin -Pol, October 28, 2014.

http://www.voxpol.eu/the-online-life-of-a-modern-terrorist-anders-beh- ring-breiviks-use-of-the-internet/

Thornton, Amy E. (2015): Understanding Radicalisation. Doctoral thesis. Uni- versity College London.

Weimann, Gabriel (2006): Virtual Disputes: The Use of the Internet for Terror- ist Debates. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol. 29, no. 7.

Weimann, Gabriel (2010): Terror on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. The Brown Journal of World Affairs, vol. 14, iss. 2.

http://ah.gov.hu/html/alkotmanyvedelem.html http://www.mkih.hu/feladatkorok_terrorizmus.shtml

https://www.europol.europa.eu/publications-documents/eu-internet-referral- unit-year-one-report-highlights

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