by Lauren C. Williams Jul 6, 2015
Tech companies aren't exactly thrilled about snooping user content for potential terror threats.
by Jack Jenkins Jun 9, 2015
"And as they see people of their own religion in uniform, their eyes brighten."
by Saba Karim -- Guest Contributor May 15, 2015
"The proposed cybercrime bill is a step towards the Orwellian times that we have been foreseeing for a long time," Shahzad Ahmad of Bytes for All, an Internet freedom organization said.
by Beenish Ahmed May 5, 2015
President Goodluck Jonathan will leave office later this month, but Nigeria is finally seeing its calls to combat Boko Haram come to fruition.
by Justin Salhani May 4, 2015
If the U.S. government wants to help communities fight radicalization through community outreach and after school programs, why are law enforcement agencies the ones reaching out?
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 30, 2015
"This is the message [Pakistan] would like to send the world: it's tough on extremists. And yet, what we're witnessing here is that it's very selective," Marvin Weinbaum of the Middle East Institute told ThinkProgress.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 24, 2015
“[T]oday is a somber day in Nigeria, as Chinua Achebe was laid to rest in his native village,” Ambassador Susan Rice tweeted, even though the literary great died two years ago.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 18, 2015
Selma Elluni Rekik told an Italian news outlet a day before the bloody rampage, "Everything is under control.”
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 19, 2015
“Terrorism is not just job-seeking by another name. It’s driven by deep-seated problems and personal frustrations in that society," Keith Proctor, a policy researcher with the development organization Mercy Corps said.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 20, 2015
The GCHQ collected 70,000 emails as a part of their surveillance program, including those from U.S. and U.K.-based journalists.