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.
Google bets AI and human oversight will curb online extremism
It's promising a multi-pronged approach to thwarting terrorists.
Terror attack victims claim social media enables extremism
Relatives of those killed in the San Bernardino attack are suing Twitter, Facebook and Google.
ISIS created its own social network to spread propaganda
The move comes as big networks like Twitter continue to crack down on ISIS material.
US Air Force buys counter-drone tech to battle ISIS
It's not clear whether it's jamming them or shooting them down.