Jail for woman who twice tried to pin speeding tickets on her sister in Pakistan

Manchester Evening news Businesswoman Nosheen Sadaf produced fake letters saying her ‘sister in Pakistan’ had been driving the BMW Nosheen Sadaf, 36, has been given a six-month sentence after pleading guilty to two counts of perjury A businesswoman who twice fraudulently claimed her sister had been driving her car after being caught speeding was rumbled…

Facebook, Twitter and Google are ‘the lifeblood of Daesh’, according to major new report into Isis use of social media

The Independent Authorities must launch a ‘star wars’ task force that would monitor the networks and stop them being used for terrorist recruitment, according to senior MPs Anjem Choudary, who was convicted for inciting extremism over social media, during a rally in London EPA Authorities should launch a new “star wars” to take on Google,…

Anjem Choudary verdict: YouTube and Twitter refused to delete radical preacher’s extremist posts, court hears

The Independent ‘The police do not have the capability to remove any material from any platform’ Social media giants had the last word on Anjem Choudary’s online posts, even after he was arrested for inviting support for Isis. British authorities made repeated efforts to get his Twitter posts and YouTube videos taken down after an…