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Families of San Bernardino shooting are taking Facebook, Google and Twitter to court
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Families of San Bernardino shooting are taking Facebook, Google and Twitter to court

The relatives of these victims assert that by allowing Islamic State militants to spread propaganda freely on social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, the three companies provided "material support" to the group and enabled attacks.

Islamic State's strong narratives help militants embark on a path to their version of 'absolute truth'
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Islamic State's strong narratives help militants embark on a path to their version of 'absolute truth'

Islamic State's strong narratives allow these fighters to believe in a certain right and wrong and help them embark on a path to the Islamic State version of absolute truth.

Apple-FBI war ends: Here's all you need to know
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Apple-FBI war ends: Here's all you need to know

Apple's legal standoff with the FBI ended Monday, but experts say the issues behind it will come up again, as more tech companies take measures to guard their customers' messages, photos, business records and other files.

Apple NY drug case win does not affect San Bernardino battle, says White House
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Apple NY drug case win does not affect San Bernardino battle, says White House

A ruling by a federal judge that the U.S. government cannot force Apple Inc to unlock an iPhone in a New York drug case does not affect the U.S. government's legal action to force Apple to grant access to a phone used by one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters, the White House said on Tuesday.

US government, Apple take encryption case to court of public opinion
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US government, Apple take encryption case to court of public opinion

Apple has urged the creation of a government panel on encryption, the latest salvo in a standoff over a locked iPhone linked to the San Bernardino shooting

Apple encryption battle about 'victims and justice': FBI Chief
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Apple encryption battle about 'victims and justice': FBI Chief

A court order the US government requested to force Apple to unlock an iPhone linked to the San Bernardino shooting rampage is about "the victims and justice," FBI Director James Comey said.

Apple's problem is not opening up a terrorist's iPhone, but the requests that follow
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Apple's problem is not opening up a terrorist's iPhone, but the requests that follow

With everyone siding Apple for standing up against giving that access, there is another angle to the story that becomes evidently clear.

Fool, idiot, buffoon, bonkers: British MPs attack Donald Trump at parliamentary debate
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Fool, idiot, buffoon, bonkers: British MPs attack Donald Trump at parliamentary debate

Members of Parliament debated whether Donald Trump should be banned from Britain for his comments on Muslims

San Bernardino shooters buried in quiet funeral following Islamic rituals
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San Bernardino shooters buried in quiet funeral following Islamic rituals

The funeral followed traditional Islamic rituals, said an attendee. At a Muslim cemetery hours away from San Bernardino, the bodies were cleansed according to Islamic rules, wrapped in white cloth and buried.

San Bernardino shooters were radicalised at least two years ago: FBI
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San Bernardino shooters were radicalised at least two years ago: FBI

The two San Bernardino shooters were radicalized at least two years ago and had discussed jihad and martyrdom as early as 2013

'We are now at war': Donald Trump defends proposal to ban Muslims from entering US
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'We are now at war': Donald Trump defends proposal to ban Muslims from entering US

Donald Trump on Tuesday stood by his call to block all Muslims from entering the United States, even as the idea was widely condemned by rival Republican presidential candidates, party leaders and others as un-American.

San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik attended high-profile madrassa in Pakistan, reveals teacher
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San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik attended high-profile madrassa in Pakistan, reveals teacher

The woman who with her husband shot dead 14 people in California on 2 December attended one of Pakistan's most high-profile religious seminaries for women, a teacher at the madrassa said.

Donald Trump leads Republicans in slamming Obama for his Islamic State policy
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Donald Trump leads Republicans in slamming Obama for his Islamic State policy

Republicans on Monday slammed Barack Obama for not spelling out a clear action plan to defeat Islamic State with leading presidential aspirant of the party Donald Trump panning the US President for not saying that America is at "war with radical Islamic terrorists".

San Bernardino shooting: Leaving behind 6-month-old baby and bombs, couple sows panic
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San Bernardino shooting: Leaving behind 6-month-old baby and bombs, couple sows panic

On Wednesday morning, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and Tashfeen Malik, 27, dropped off their six-month-old baby with Farook's mother, saying they were going to a doctor's appointment.

San Bernardino shooting: Suspect Syed Farook's family in shock, say they have no idea about motive
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San Bernardino shooting: Suspect Syed Farook's family in shock, say they have no idea about motive

California's Muslim community expressed its horror on Wednesday at the mass shooting that killed at least 14 in San Bernardino, after a local Muslim man was widely identified as a suspect.