Senator Joe Lieberman wants Google to pull "terrorist content" from YouTube. His PR director obviously is incapacitated.
Researcher reveals details lurking within recent al-Qaida videos suggesting backgrounds aren't to be believed.
Man accused of being a "sleeper agent" hacker working for Osama bin Laden seeks transfer from military custody.
Shadowy network of Islamic fundamentalists adopt online tactics that mirror offline techniques for evading discovery.
Richard Clarke responds to previous post about his data on terrorist attacks.
Variant of "smart" worm that sleeps to avoid antivirus scans bears signature of hacker who's claimed support for the group.
Sen. Joe Lieberman wants Google to stop al-Qaida and other terrorist organizations from posting videos to YouTube, but there's no law that actually requires it.
Starting next year, Israel will require all airlines flying into the country to use a new security system designed to prevent al-Qaida-style hijackings.
Digital evidence supports the theory that Al-Qaida is recycling old footage to create new messages.
Homeland Security committee members air concerns about increasing mobilization of groups like al-Qaida on Web, call for response.