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  Posted on: Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Chicago student pleads not guilty in IS computer coding case
AP

Chicago (AP) — A Chicago college student pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a terrorism charge accusing him of writing computer code that could help Islamic State bypass programs designed to block the movement’s propaganda from social media.



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