Burned alive for using a smartphone
In ISIS-held Iraq, an internet connection was an act of resistance.
Hackers seize dormant Twitter accounts to push terrorist propaganda
They've been exploiting old security holes to spread hateful ideology.
Facebook's friend suggestions helped connect extremists
The online fight against terrorism involves more than just deleting posts.
Facebook details its fight to stop terrorist content
Nearly all of the content it has removed this year was spotted by AI tools.
Appeals court throws out case blaming Twitter for ISIS attacks
The lawsuit followed the death of two US government contractors in Jordan.
Twitter can’t separate verification from validation
It's times like these when we miss the Fail Whale most.
Twitter suspended over 935,000 terror-related accounts since 2015
It suspended just under 300,000 during the first half of this year.
US citizen allegedly used fake eBay sales to hide ISIS funding
The FBI says he received $8,700 from ISIS operatives abroad.
Afghanistan’s all-girl teen robotics team denied entry to US
Their robot will be able to compete, but they’ll have to watch from home.