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Some technology and communication firms are helping militants avoid detection by developing systems that are "friendly to terrorists", Britain's top anti-terrorism police officer said.
The United States, Britain and Australia have called on Facebook to give authorities the ability to circumvent encryption used in its messaging services – a measure opposed by the social media giant.
Facebook and Instagram users are finding that the company’s efforts to combat Covid-19 misinformation mean that other types of inappropriate posts are being overlooked due to a lack of resources.
Theresa May will take her beef with Google Inc and Facebook Inc to the Group of Seven meeting in Sicily, where the UK leader will call on Internet companies to do more to fight terrorism and take extremist material offline.
A majority of Americans are unwilling to share their personal e-mails, text messages, phone calls and records of online activity with US counter-terrorism investigators – even to help foil terror plots, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
The European Commission has asked the United States about a secret court order Yahoo used to scan thousands of customer e-mails for possible terrorism links, following concerns that may have violated a new data transfer pact.
Twitter has barred US intelligence agencies from accessing a service that sorts through posts on the social media platform in real time and has proved useful in the fight against terrorism, the Wall Street Journal reported.
An agreement between the European Union and Canada to share airline passenger data that they say is key to fighting terrorism drew tough scrutiny at an EU court hearing on April 5 because of privacy concerns.
Calling the destructive cyber attack on Sony Pictures "a game changer," a top White House official announced a new intelligence unit to coordinate analysis of cyber threats, modeled on similar US government efforts to fight terrorism.
Australia's major banks are closing accounts of bitcoin companies, forcing at least 13 digital currency providers out of business in response to tougher rules on money laundering and terrorism finance, an industry body spokesman said.