It’s the “see something, say something” for the digital set.
New York Sen. Charles Schumer wants the government to offer rewards to people who turn in suspicious information they see online that could help thwart a terror attack.
The U.S. Department of State has a “Rewards for Justice” program that has paid out $125 million to over 80 people “who provided credible information that put terrorists behind bars or prevented acts of international terrorism worldwide,” according to its website. As social media has morphed into a breeding ground for extremism over the past few years, Schumer said he wants those rewards to also cover future tips generated through social media.
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