Fox Business: ISIS Targets Facebook, Twitter CEOs in New Video

ISIS has issued a threat to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey over the companies’ effort to take down terror-affiliated accounts


BARTIROMO: “ISIS meanwhile posting a video threatening Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Jo Ling Kent with a story. Jo?”
LING KENT: “Good morning, Maria, showing graphic with bullets in Mark Zuckerberg’s head. They will shut down both social platforms and create ten accounts for every account that’s closed. Neither company is commented, but both have ramped up suspension of terrorist accounts with twitter shutting down with more than 25,000. It may be working, a new study by the George Washington University say suspensions had effects on the repeat offenders shrinking size of network and activity.”
BARTIROMO: “After the San Bernardino attack, wasn’t it Mark Zuckerberg said we will protect your data. Your data is safe with us.” 
LING KENT: “He came out in favor of Muslim-Americans as well. They do have significant counter terror teams as we came out earlier. There are different components to fight this message. Question is this is not the only way that ISIS recruits. There’s a dark web. There’s other areas of the web that are not apparent to normal every day users.”
BAKER: “I think — it’s a interesting that study there is some indication that if you shut down their Facebook accounts that clearly you will limit their ability to spread their word. I think the question is, how much are Facebook doing. Facebook was criticized heavily because they seemed to express more concern for Muslim’s sensitivities than they did some of the victims than the terrorist attacks. I think they are taking much many steps now.”
LING KENT: “Yeah. There is a new commission the White House has taken the lead on here and trying to create anti-terrorist content. You cannot tell whether that works.”
UNKNOWN FEMALE: “I looked at the FBI site and it’s become a counter-propaganda site. It is ridiculously bad. There is a video game with a goat looks like something like 1985 that you would make on an old commodore, I’m not joking. It’s called the slippery slope it’s a goat it makes no sense.”
LING KENT: “Yeah, I know. They’re trying to use games. Do you want to find a hook to get involved in this quote/unquote ‘movement’. It’s easy to do that avoiding all of that video.”

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