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Twitter files lawsuit over US government attempt to identify users behind anti-Trump account

James Rogers, Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the U.S government over an attempt to reveal the identities of the users behind the @ALT_USCIS account, which has been critical of President Trump’s administration. A “rogue” government account, @ALT_USCIS describes its goal as “immigration resistance” and is now at the center of the row between Twitter

McDonald’s Twitter account hacked, blasts Trump #BigMac

A hacker used McDonald’s Twitter account to attack President Donald Trump in an extremely derogatory tweet early Thursday. Sent at 9:16 a.m. ET Thursday morning, McDonald’s tweeted: “@realDonaldTrump You are actually a disgusting excuse of a President and we would love to have @BarackObama back, also you have tiny hands.” The tweet, which was sent out

High profile Twitter accounts hijacked in Turkish-Dutch protest

The diplomatic spat between Turkey and the Netherlands spread online on Wednesday when a large number of Twitter accounts, many with no apparent connection to the dispute, were hijacked and replaced with anti-Nazi messages in Turkish. The attacks, which appeared to be simply a form of political vandalism and used the hashtags #Nazialmanya or #Nazihollanda,

Cannibalism: ISIS Revives Islam’s Old Terror Tactic

Raymond Ibrahim PJ Media, Jihadis have been “taking a bite” of infidels from the beginning… In light of recent revelations that the Islamic State is teaching its followers to eat non-Muslims, surely we can now all agree that, at least in this, ISIS is truly not Islamic? Alas, no.  Even the eating of “infidels” has

ObamaCare ‘secret’ bill details will soon be made public, House Republicans

House Republicans huddled this weekend to finish their ObamaCare replacement plan, while also trying to stanch criticism about a secretive and stalled process by revealing some specifics and vowing the bill will soon be available for review. “This plan will be out next week, and everybody will have a chance to see it,” Georgia Rep.

Social media giants fight Trump’s anti-terror plan while providing platform for terrorists

Brooke Singman, Twitter’s $1.6 million pledge to help fight the White House’s anti-terror immigration order is just the latest case of social media companies taking on Trump, but critics say the same companies are doing next to nothing to stop dangerous radicals from using their platforms to spread hate. According to sources, radical social media

Trump’s Twitter: Could hackers wreak havoc from the White House?

President-elect Donald Trump may have turned his Twitter account into a powerful political weapon, but experts warn that hackers could potentially use the same account to wreak havoc from the White House. Trump will continue using his @realDonaldTrump account when he takes office, he told The Times of London in an interview published Monday. Trump,