Britain's top lawyer clarifies the laws on preemptive strikes and self defence, stating no specific evidence is needed on a target to launch an attack.
Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube are joining forces to mark and take down 'content that promotes terrorism.' But who defines what that is?
“They may not inflict mass casualties, but the terror and panic they could cause is really worrying."
The terror group's forays in social tech may prove to be a high-risk, high-cost experiment.
How climate change, terrorism, and the “precrime” arrest of dozens of activists are all connected at the global climate conference in Paris.
'Allison Road,' an upcoming first-person narrative survival horror game, seeks to lock players in their heads with no discernible way out.
The science of fear.
“Inside my mind there is a digital mind.”
Fresh from two attacks, Canadian spies say they’re keeping a concerned eye on Islamic State fighters online.
Halloween is our time to reflect on all of the spooky vibes whipping around the world around us.