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YouTube, Facebook and Twitter work to stop online terror content

CompTIA SmartBrief | Dec 07, 2016

Twitter, YouTube and Facebook have announced that they will be sharing databases to prevent terrorist groups from using the sites to post content and recruit. "There is no place for content that promotes terrorism on our hosted consumer services," the companies said in a joint statement. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (12/06)


Qualcomm goes after Intel with a server chip

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IDC: Tablet market expected to grow again in 2018

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WD ships 14TB hard drive for customer tests

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Pebble assets acquired by Fitbit

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