Despite new policies, American social media companies are still being exploited by terrorists. The Trump administration needs to do more to change that.
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Social media companies can't move fast enough to take down terrorist groups' online content. But what else can they do to address the problem?
Video and Testimony: House Intelligence Committee Russia Investigative Task Force Hearing with Social Media Companies
Executives from Google, Facebook and Twitter testified before the House intelligence committee.
Video and Testimony: Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing on Social Media Influence in the 2016 Elections
Executives from Google, Facebook and Twitter testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Russian activity on social media during the 2016 election.
Video and Testimony: Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing: 'Extremist Content and Russian Disinformation Online'
Expert witnesses including executives from Facebook, Google and Twitter, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on extremist content and Russian disinformation operations on social media during the 2016 election.
The President’s hostility to the press is inconsistent with an ability to fulfill, and fitness for, his constitutional role as Commander in Chief.
On Tuesday, a civil action was filed by Columbia University’s Knight First Amendment Institute and seven blocked Twitter users, asserting that President Trump and his staff are violating the First Amendment by blocking users on Twitter based on their viewpoints.
President Trump’s alleged blocking of members of the public on Twitter on what appear to be viewpoint-based considerations, preventing them from reading his tweets and responding to them, raises serious constitutional issues.
Cybercrime Roundup: Using Twitter as a Weapon, Copyright Trolling Porn, and Script Kiddies on the Rise
In this edition of the cybercrime roundup, a Twitter troll is prosecuted for purposefully inducing a seizure, a copyright troll and fake porn producer finally pleads guilty, and we learn that hacking is on the rise among young teenagers.
The distinction between @POTUS and @realDonaldTrump is the distinction between the office and the person who fills it—what we might call the President’s “Twitter politic” and his “Twitter natural.”