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"We don't want Facebook to be used for any terrorist activity whatsoever," says FB.
Former spymaster Stella Rimington on cyber espionage, terrorism and more Former MI5 boss Stella Rimington says complex communications "make it very difficult for our intelligence services" to keep pace against "hideous ideologies" whose sole aim is to kill, while cyber espionage is something "no one really knows effectively how to deal with".…
Australian Labor Party leader Bill Shorten has called on Google, Facebook, and Twitter to do more on fighting terrorism.
Facebook, Twitter, and Google react to UK prime minister's call to limit encryption.
The new travel screening is for those deemed a national security threat.
Website immunity holds up against the US Anti-Terrorism Act.
The controversial "schedule 7" law can compel a person at the UK border to turn over device passwords.
National Security Advisor: Trump didn't expose sources or methods.
Plan applies to applicants "who have been determined to warrant additional scrutiny."
There is much to be learned from the striking parallels between counter-terrorism threat analysis before 9-11 and how we handle cyber threat intelligence today.
The ads might not have run over hateful videos, but they're not taking any chances.
Reaction: "It is antithetical to a democracy that supposedly values a free press."