Twitter Inc, Facebook Inc Not Passing On Terrorist Messages [REPORT]

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Twitter Inc, Facebook Inc Not Passing On Terrorist Messages [REPORT]
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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.

Much-needed legislation

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.

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