Green ready to knock out Channel 7 after false 'terrorist' claims

The 43-year-old exhanged words with 'Choc' at a press conference earlier in the week, and Channel Seven's microphone apparently caught Green calling his enemy a terrorist.

In a frustrated Facebook rant, Green was furious with the station, claiming that he said Mundine was 'terrified'.

''Some very frustrating things were written as a subtitle — there was a huge mistake in their voice recognition,'' he said.

“He was saying some things and I was saying some things — he said all this stuff and I said ‘yeah no worries, you’re scaring me — I’m terrified’.

Sydney teen facing terrorism charges

Alo-Bridget Namoa, 18, has been charged withrecklessly possessing the knife and images of documents in Arabic that outlined instructions on how to make an IED.

The Muslim convert did not to apply for bail and did not appear when her charges were heard in Fairfield Local Court today.

She was formally refused bail and is expected to be transferred to Sydney's Silverwater Prison.

Twitter moves to actively seek out terrorist supporters

The announcement demonstrated efforts by Twitter to automatically identify tweets supporting terrorism, reflecting increased pressure placed by the U.S. government for social media companies to respond to abuse more proactively. Child pornography has previously been the only abuse that was automatically flagged for human review on social media, using a different kind of technology that sources a database of known images.