Q: Is sabotage a deliberate action aimed at weakening a polity or corporation through subversion? ¶
A: Yes, and obstruction, disruption or destruction.
Q: Is sabotage against organizations? ¶
Q: Is sabotage carried out in such a way as to involve a minimum danger of injury? ¶
A: Yes, and detection, and reprisal.
Q: Is sabotage the conscious withdrawal of efficiency generally directed at causing some change in workplace conditions? ¶
Q: Is sabotage committed? ¶
Q: Is sabotage a saboteur? ¶
Q: Is sabotage a crucial tool of the successful coup d'etat? ¶
A: Yes, and which requires control of communications before, during, and after the coup is staged.
Q: Is sabotage the events of Black Tom and the Kingsland Explosion? ¶
Q: Is sabotage the distribution of software intended to damage specific industrial systems? ¶
Q: Is sabotage sometimes called tampering? ¶
A: Yes, and meddling, tinkering, malicious pranks, malicious hacking, a practical joke or the like to avoid needing to invoke legal and organizational requirements for addressing sabotage.
Q: Is sabotage sometimes used to define the acts of one political camp to disrupt? ¶
A: Yes, and harass or damage the reputation of a political opponent, usually during an electoral campaign, such as during Watergate.