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 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.
The military is taking cyber warfare a lot more seriously
It starts with making sure Cyber Command has a better seat at the Department of Defense's table.
ISIS help desk tells jihadis how to hide from authorities
Its purpose is to help members avoid Western surveillance.
US prosecutes man who hacked identities to help ISIS
Extremism and terrorism are complex things in the internet era, and US federal prosecutors are lea...
Virginia teen gets 11 years for ISIS support on Twitter
17-year-old Ali Shukri Amin from Virginia will spend the next 11 years and 4 months in a federal p...
FBI: Retweeting terrorist organizations could get you arrested
The Federal Bureau of Investigation's least likely informant isn't a shadowy figure in a p...