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Twitter says it hasn't blocked Russian extremist accounts

The company does say, though, that it's taught Russian officials how they can report illegal tweets for possible removal.

By June 24, 2014

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This is what happens when you swing an iPhone around your head (while skiing)

Technically Incorrect: A video of a man skiing down a mountain and apparently swinging an iPhone 6 around on a string mesmerizes YouTube.

By February 7, 2016

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Twitter clips wings on terror tweets

Social network suspends roughly 125,000 accounts linked to terror groups.

By February 5, 2016

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At Super Bowl 50, fan safety starts with super-snoopy tech

The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.

By February 2, 2016

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Silicon Valley urged to step up efforts to fight terrorism

As extremists take terrorism online, the US and tech companies don't agree on what to do. The tech industry says it's doing all it should.

By December 8, 2015

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ISPs to be ordered to block extremist websites, report says

The UK government is reportedly planning new measures to censor extremist and terrorist websites.

By November 29, 2013

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Russian court: Get 'extremist' Pussy Riot videos off the Web

The punk band's videos are now blocked from access within the country, thanks to the government's Internet law.

By November 29, 2012

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Library of Congress: We didn't call WikiLeaks 'extremist'

After dispute over whether WikiLeaks is an "extremist Web site," a library representative explains to CNET how that label came to be applied to a book about the Web site.

By July 21, 2011

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Google Ideas tackles violent extremism

The Web giant launches a new online initiative to bring together former extremists, survivors, nonprofits, academics, and private sector leaders to fight violent radicalism.

By April 25, 2012

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Of stolen secrets and surveillance (week in review)

Global cyber-espionage effort steals dozens of secrets, while a White House report recommends social networks aid in monitoring extremists. Also: Microsoft and Google square off.

By August 5, 2011