Twitter, Facebook and other social media networking sites will be required to report suspected terror messages to law enforcement authorities, according to a bill approved by the Senate Intelligence Committee. As of now, they they do not always do this quickly enough, U.S. and British law enforcement officials told ABC News.
The bill approved by the Senate Committee mandates social media sites to report each and every terrorist activity noted, but said special monitoring of a specific user is not required. However, now it will be a “duty” of the social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook to report of any terrorist activity it is aware of.
It's no secret that this year has been a volatile one for the markets. The S&P 500 is down 18% year to date, while the Nasdaq Composite is off by 27% year to date. Meanwhile, the VIX, a key measure of volatility, is up 49% year to date at 24.72. However, it has spiked as Read More