News and Articles About Terrorism
Twitter Inc. moved swiftly to remove posts from Islamic extremists glorifying a truck attack in Nice, France.
The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites.
'The events of the past few months are a strong reminder that the Internet can be used for the worst reasons imaginable,' Microsoft said in its post.
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A seemingly small act -- returning to normal, daily life after tragedy -- takes a great deal of courage.
Texas resident Mark Oberholtzer has filed a $1 million suit, citing 'shock, fear, anxiety, mental anguish, humiliation and degradation.'
Google's YouTube, for instance, has expanded a little-known 'Trusted Flagger' program.
EU interior and justice ministers will gather in Brussels on Friday for a crisis meeting in the wake of the Paris attacks.
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While the cost of fighting terrorism may seem high, the cost of not fighting it or fighting and losing is far higher. It's important for all of us to remember that.
Mark Owen lives by the unofficial Navy SEAL motto: 'The only easy day was yesterday.'
Regulating shares among its 1.4 billion users across the world can be a slippery slope, the social network said.
'Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard the aircraft,' the TSA said, in order to thwart bombs potentially concealed within handheld gadgets.