Thanks to the Internet, the world can access information about terrorism with a few keystrokes. Thanks to Veryan Khan of Winston-Salem, the world can turn to one website for history or the latest on terrorist groups.
It's called TRACterrorism.org, and after nearly 10 years in development and a pile of money, Khan, backed by her father’s publishing company, launched her “labor of love” in February 2012. She designed TRAC to be a main resource for information on terrorism. Those interested parties include current subscribers such as the United Nation’s Geneva headquarters, governmental agencies, academic libraries, other entities and individuals willing to pay $750 and up for access to information that comes from a host of contributors from all over the world.