The unlikely pair is trying to raise awareness about the threat of cyberterror.
Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube are joining forces to mark and take down 'content that promotes terrorism.' But who defines what that is?
Hyping the threat of ISIS online isn’t good for anyone.
@xrsone, who flagged 9,200 handles belonging to Islamic State supporters and militants, argues that Twitter could implement a better strategy to counter extremist activity online.
The Saudi government has resorted to employing so-called "White Hat" hackers to try to wipe their internet landscape of porn, social media sites, and anything else they deem inappropriate.
After a summer of beheading pictures, Twitter bans and US airstrikes are finally slowing down IS online.
'Cyberterrorism' is a buzzword, but would it even accomplish a jihadi group's goals?