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  • Paris bloodshed fuels voices among Muslims calling for change in interpreting Islam

    After gunmen in Paris killed 12 people, Saudi Arabia's top body of Muslim clerics quickly condemned the attack and said it could have no acceptable justification. It was a signal from some of the Islamic world's strictest voices that cartoons lampooning...
  • Are we all Charlie? Paris attack sparks debate about free speech, and its limits

    Are we all Charlie now? "Je suis Charlie" — I am Charlie — was the cry that that raced around the world in the wake of the murderous attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. It has been displayed on placards, scrawled as graffiti...
  • Paris newspaper attack rallies Islamic extremists, is likely to boost militant recruitment

    The militant chatter spread like wildfire. Within minutes of news breaking about the deadly terror attack on a Paris newspaper this week, supporters of extremist Islamic groups extolled the suspects in the massacre as "lions of the caliphate" and...
  • Indian Islamic State sympathizer detained for his tweets

    Authorities in southern India on Saturday arrested a 24-year-old man who ran a Twitter account that glorified the Islamic State militant group. Investigators say the man did not have direct links to Islamic State or its recruits and appeared to be...
  • H.B. officer takes knack for tweets to new heights at NASA launch

    H.B. officer takes knack for tweets to new heights at NASA launch
    During the U.S. Open of Surfing this year, the Huntington Beach Police Department took a different approach to letting residents and visitors know that illegal activity on the beach would not be tolerated. "[Officer]: How much have you had to drink?...
  • Phone companies would like to cut your landline cord for you

    Phone companies would like to cut your landline cord for you
    If you haven't cut the cord on your landline phone service, pretty soon you may not have a choice. The Illinois Telecommunications Act is up for review this spring, and big phone companies are expected to push to eliminate a legal obligation to provide...
  • Businesses welcome shift on Cuba

    Businesses welcome shift on Cuba
    Since Phil Ledbetter started working at Up Down Cigar some 14 years ago, he's regularly asked the same questions: Where are the Cuban cigars? In the back? "We don't do that," Ledbetter, now the store's general manager, said he tells the hopeful buyers....
  • Journalist sues over arrest at protest in Ferguson

    Journalist sues over arrest at protest in Ferguson
    A Washington-based journalist has sued St. Louis County and one of its police lieutenants, saying his rights were violated when he was arrested while covering protests over the killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson,...
  • Rape threats, then no response: What it was like to be a woman on Twitter in 2014

    Rape threats, then no response: What it was like to be a woman on Twitter in 2014
    When someone calls you an unprintable, gender-based slur on Twitter and invites you to "get raped," you presume — or at least, I presumed — that the network would do something about it. Twitter's policies on this type of thing are pretty...
  • Sony urges Twitter to suspend users who post leaked documents

    Sony Pictures Entertainment called on Twitter to stop its users from tweeting information leaked in the hack of the studio’s computer systems, saying it would hold Twitter responsible for damages unless the company complies. A Monday letter from...
  • What 2014's biggest social media fails can teach us in 2015 and beyond

     What 2014's biggest social media fails can teach us in 2015 and beyond
    When I compile my list of the biggest social media fails of the year, one thing is always the same: It's enough to make me want to pound my head on my desk. As readers, you know how to avoid this stuff by now. For those who don't, let's examine a few...