France jailed a man for visiting pro-ISIS websites
He claimed that his web history was the result of curiosity.
The FBI wants to crack another iPhone after Minnesota stabbings
But will they actually be able to?
Facebook briefly suspended accounts of Palestinian journalists
The social media titan claims it was accidental and restored access to all but one page.
Hacker faces 20 years in prison for helping ISIS
Ardit Ferizi is the first hacker prosecuted in the US for an act of terrorism.
Facebook works with Israel to curb posts inciting violence
The social network would reportedly monitor and pull offending material.
UK: Facebook, Google, Twitter 'consciously failing' on terrorism
Social media is "the vehicle of choice in spreading propaganda."
Twitter suspends 235,000 accounts for promoting terrorism
That’s just over the last six months, bringing the total number to 360,000 since mid-2015.
Twitter and YouTube wouldn't delete an extremist cleric's posts (update: gone)
They only sometimes gave policy as a reason, even after his arrest.
World's largest game expo tightens security following violence
Gamescom won't let you bring weapon-like items into the show.