Buster Hernandez, 29, will be placed on a lifetime of supervised release if he is ever set free following his 75-year sentence for "sextortion" crimes against 375 underage victims and making bomb threats. He also was known as "Brian Kil."
South Korean officials are taking a stronger stance to tackle the growing threat of "cyber terrorism" against K-pop culture celebrities, claiming "nothing will be forgiven, and strong action will be taken."
Extremists' use of technology is a persistent threat, experts warn.
U.S. and European governments have been pressuring social media companies including Twitter, Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google to fight harder against online radicalization.
Twitter has closed down 125,000 accounts promoting extremism since last year.
We need to target potential terrorists with the techniques of our digital ad companies, who know you better than your mother does.
Experts warn that a cyber attack on the national grid or water infrastructure could have "catastrophic" effects.