internet
Twitter and Facebook Randomly Crack Down on Terrorist Videos After EU Warning

Yesterday, Twitter announced it would come together with Facebook, Microsoft and YouTube to stop terrorist content online by creating a shared database of “‘hashes’ — unique digital ‘fingerprints’ — for violent terrorist imagery or terrorist recruitment videos or images that we have removed from our services.” This announcement comes on the heels of a warning the EU issued those four companies—fix your hate speech problem or we’ll make you do it. Read More >>

security
Super-Long Passwords Now Guessable by Open-Source Cracker

The concept of using lengthy sentences for passwords (as popularised by that one about the horse) isn't as safe as it once was, thanks to a widely-used offline hashed password guessing tool getting an update to support 55-character phrases. Read More >>