Terrorist Attacks

  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … LeBron James, more than 11 million Paul Pogba, more than 10 million Zlatan Ibrahimovic, more than 10 million Luis Suarez, more than 8 million Stephen Curry, more than 8 million The year’s top hashtags for sports leagues, teams and events were: #rio2016 #euro2016 #nba #wwe #realmadrid #ufc #olympics #halamadrid #nfl #mlb The 2016 sports events…

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  • Twitter: 360,000 Terrorism-Related Accounts Suspended Since Mid-2015

    … affected accounts to about 360,000 since the middle of last year. Twitter provided a progress update on its efforts in a blog post: Daily suspensions are up more than 80 percent since last year, with spikes in suspensions immediately following terrorist attacks. Our response time for suspending reported accounts, the amount of time these accounts…

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  • Facebook’s 2015 Year in Review

    … in France and the war in Syria. Yet in the face of these difficult times, we saw people come together on Facebook to help one another. People found connections in the hardest moments and came together in ways we had never seen before, sharing news about refugees, raising money for those in need and marking themselves safe during times of crisis. We…

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  • Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Will Expand Use of Safety Check

    … Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to questions about why the social network’s Safety Check feature was turned on after Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, but not after similar incidents in other places. Zuckerberg wrote in a comment accompanying his temporary profile picture showing support for France: Many people have…

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  • Highlights from Mark Zuckerberg’s Town-Hall Q&A in Bogotá

    … Why did Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg address the terrorist attack on the Paris offices of satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo earlier this month, but not discuss similar events from other parts of the world? That was just one of the questions he fielded during his first international town-hall question and answer session…

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  • Mark Zuckerberg Reacts to ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Attack

    … Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the terrorist attack on the Paris offices of satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo by promising in a Facebook post that the social network would remain “service where you can speak freely without fear of violence.” Zuckerberg wrote: A few years ago, an extremist in Pakistan fought…

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