Europol has announced that it knocked Islamic State offline. It worked with nine firms including Telegram which was hosting a large amount of terrorist content, including the Amaq propaganda outlet.
The UK Home Office has developed new software that is able to scan for, and remove, terrorist content being uploaded online. The Government will share the software with smaller online platforms.
Theresa May will be meeting with other Western leaders and representatives from Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook to demand more be done to stop the spread of online extremist content.
ISIL supporters made several Ohio government websites the target of its latest hack. One of the sites to be defaced by Team System Dz was the of office of Ohio Governor and republican, John Kasich.
Tim Cook said in a recent interview that Apple has assisted UK law enforcement with its investigation into who was involved with the latest terrorist attack at London Bridge on Saturday.
Internet video sensation PewDiePie has been dropped by Disney after using racist imagery. YouTube has also canceled his Red series, and has taken him off the Preferred advertising system.
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A new report indicates that ISIS has been using commercial drones to drop grenade-sized bombs from the sky. The unmanned aircrafts have so far killed civilians and damaged equipment in Mosul.
Telegram has announced that over 60 ISIS-related channels on its platform are deleted every day. The company launched ISIS Watch as a means to keep people updated on the amount of channels deleted.
Public outrage forced Microsoft into an apology after its Bing Translator began to equate Saudi Arabia with ISIS in some of its translations. The company fixed the mistake in a few hours.
A new spam email supposedly containing a clip of presidentiable Hillary Clinton meeting with ISIS' leader is spreading on the internet. However, it only contains malware to infect the recipient.
A U.S. court judge has decided that Twitter is not responsible for terrorist content on its service, after a widow sued it for allegedly giving ISIS a voice to spread their propaganda.
Hacktivist collective Anonymous is warning the terrorist group, ISIS, to be afraid, after attacks in Brussels earlier this week. Anonymous says it's continuing its campaign against the terrorists.
ISIS has just suffered a massive data leak, with tens of thousands of names and addresses of its members ending up in the hands of authorities - and all because of a stolen USB drive.
Terrorist group ISIS has threatened Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey after suspending their accounts, promising to fight back and counter their attacks against them.
Google's head of ideas explains how the online fight against ISIS and other terror groups may yield easy short-term wins, as ISIS users are neither technologically savvy nor as numerous as claimed.
The widow of an American man killed in Jordan is suing Twitter in a federal court, claiming that the social media platform willingly gave a voice to ISIS militants.
The US administration's representatives are trying to get tech companies, like Microsoft, Apple and Twitter to go along with plans to fight ISIS and other terrorist groups that have a presence online.
On New Year's Eve, the website of the BBC was taken down via a DDoS attack. And recently, a group called 'New World Hacking' has claimed responsibility over the infiltration.
Members of the Islamic State's Health Department have begun posting regular updates on Tumblr, answering questions and sharing "medical reminders" as part of the group's social media blitz.
The ISIS-affiliated Islamic Cyber Army has hit back in force against the "ISIS day of trolling" declared by Anonymous members, releasing personal info on numerous U.S. and French military officials.
At a campaign rally, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump expressed his intention of possibly 'closing the internet' in some places, hoping people like Bill Gates would help.
The online hacktivist group wants to start a campaign to ridicule and discredit the terrorist's organization social media messages. As such, December 11th will now be Isis trolling day.
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As part of Anonymous' promise of war against terrorist group ISIS, the hacktivist group defaced a website promoting jihadist propaganda, replacing it instead with an ad for Viagra.
ISIS has hit back in response to a declaration of war by hacking group Anonymous, calling them "idiots." The terror group, however, posted guidelines and urged its members to exercise caution online.
As part of hacktivist group Anonymous' promise towards ISIS who claimed responsibility over the Paris attacks, the iconic organization has taken down the terrorists' main communication forums.
As the encrypted messenger service tries to balance its commitment to free speech, recent attacks in Paris and Beirut have prompted Telegram to block public channels the company says are used by ISIS.
In a recent video, Anonymous have declared their intent to renew their campaign against websites and Twitter users who support ISIS, the terror group operating in Iraq and Syria.
At TechCrunch Disrupt, CEO Pavel Durov touts the security of the cross-platform Telegram, while harshly criticizing WhatsApp, but also acknowledged the service was used by terrorists.
In an order issued by the Indian government to ISPs, the Department of Telecom is demanding them to block access to 32 websites, including large sites like Sourceforge, Vimeo.
Isis, the mobile payment system which launched last year, has announced that they will rebrand and change their name to avoid similarities with the militant Jihadist group of the same name.
Militants from the Jihadist group ISIS are hijacking several World Cup hashtags on Twitter to spread their message, including a call to Westerners to join their ranks.
Isis, a mobile wallet system, will launch in the US with Windows Phone support later this year. Could this be the first of many major developers giving Windows Phone their full attention?
As part of its plans to turn its WebOS operating system into an open source project, HP has released the code for the Isis web browser, which is based on the QtWebKit web browser engine.