Google bets AI and human oversight will curb online extremism
It's promising a multi-pronged approach to thwarting terrorists.
France and the UK pressure internet companies to fight extremism
They're hoping a combined effort will lead to swifter crackdowns.
Google vows to pull ads from extreme videos and sites
It includes hiring more people to review 'questionable content.'
UK government pulls YouTube ads over hate speech concerns (update)
Google has admitted "we don't always get it right."
Hacker faces 20 years in prison for helping ISIS
Ardit Ferizi is the first hacker prosecuted in the US for an act of terrorism.
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.
Twitter was quick to pull extremist tweets following Nice attack
The social network is taking a more proactive approach to fighting pro-terrorist posts.
ISIS' Twitter traffic reportedly dropped 45 percent in 2 years
The US credits the plunge to efforts to fight online extremism.