Twitter accounts affiliated with the Internet vigilantes known as Anonymous vow to besiege the Islamic militants with "massive cyber attacks."
Islamic terrorist group trades jabs with the hacking collective that vowed to banish it from the Internet after the deadly attacks in Paris.
The Brookings Institute finds that even while the social network deleted thousands of accounts associated with the terrorist group in 2014, new ones kept popping up.
A message allegedly posted on behalf of the terrorist group vows that "your virtual war on us will cause a real war on you."
Twitter is removing the militant group's accounts as they crop up, citing such accounts as violations of its terms of service.
Startups and nonprofit organizations are offering high-tech assistance to the hyper-connected wave of Syrian refugees.
Mobile-payment service wants to distance itself from extremist group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also called ISIS.
Since the term "Isis" has become synonymous with a terror group, the digital-payment service is now working on rebranding.
Transhumanist Party candidate Zoltan Istvan says implanting technology in those fleeing unrest in the Middle East could allow us to aid the humanitarian effort and protect our borders from terrorists.
The social network drew criticism for activating the status tool after the crisis in Paris but choosing not to switch it on after bombings in Beirut the previous day.