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China's parliament passed a controversial new anti-terrorism law on Sunday that requires technology firms to hand over sensitive information such as encryption keys to the government and allows the military to venture overseas on counter-terror operations.
A man who refused to provide passwords to his electronic devices when stopped by British police was found guilty under terrorism laws at a court in London, in a case that campaigners say threatens personal privacy.
Top military officials from the United States and Europe called for better information-sharing to fight terrorism and regular coordinating meetings for justice officials.
Twitter is making headway in tackling online terrorism content on its platform as it suspended over 166,000 accounts in the second half of last year, about a fifth less than in the previous period, the social media company said on May 9.
Facebook’s definition of what constitutes “terrorism” is “overly broad” and risks leading to censorship and the arbitrary denial of access to its services, a UN rights expert warned on Sept 3.
Facebook offered additional insight on its efforts to remove terrorism content, a response to political pressure in Europe to militant groups using the social network for propaganda and recruiting.
China wants to have deeper internet security and anti-terrorism cooperation with the United States, China's public security minister told the visiting director of the FBI, state news agency Xinhua said.
Twitter Inc said it suspended 1.21 million accounts from its social media platform between August 2015 and the end of 2017 for “violations related to the promotion of terrorism.”
Protecting Britain from cyber crime is as important as defending it against terrorism, the head of Britain's GCHQ spy agency said on Oct 9.