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Obama administration reaching out to Silicon Valley to help combat terrorism officials worried about the ability of groups like I read radicalism online network tech leaders and stamina late Friday to brainstorm ways of fighting back , British cybersecurity correspondent death involved among the companies that were at the meeting in San Jose or Twitter Facebook linked and I apple CEO Tim cook was there Yahoo was also there so it was very summers on the heaviest hitters and Silicon Valley , to to the Obama administration there they could get together sort of identified what their concerns are those with tears propaganda online and also %HESITATION there are challenges of finding our communications , %HESITATION encrypted communication , I'm not an ongoing struggle as well if you garden fifteen Brookings Institution report and that the Islamic state operated at least forty six thousand Twitter account during a three month period in two thousand fourteen , so far the White House hasn't made any formal request of the tech sector we just still hesitant to work with the intelligence community in the fall out over the Edward Snowden surveillance revelations years ago and the government doesn't want to appear overbearing Gertler sort of %HESITATION walking her attire appear morning to appear as they're they're doing a lot on this issue but we're not trying to push on to much on the tech companies with the administration yet about the task force to take on , Friday