Google manually reviewed a million suspected terrorist videos on YouTube
Of the million reviewed, 90,000 violated its terrorism policy.
The NSA says it's time to drop its massive phone-surveillance program
Apparently its benefits don't outweigh its technical and legal burdens.
Sri Lanka temporarily bans social media after terrorist bombings
It's trying to prevent the spread of misinformation.
Christchurch shooting videos are still on Facebook over a month later
They illustrate the limits of anti-extremist filtering on the internet.
EU law could fine sites for not removing terrorist content within an hour
Critics say it’s a watered-down version of the EU’s original proposal.
New York fails in its first attempt at face recognition for drivers
Facial recognition isn't ready to spot terrorists on the road.
Australian bill could imprison social network execs over violent content
It could also fine companies up to 10 percent of their yearly turnover.
House chair asks tech CEOs to speak about New Zealand shooting response (updated)
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube execs would speak on March 27th.
A New Zealand shooting video hit YouTube every second this weekend
YouTube joined the race to remove graphic footage.