"If you see something, say something" - the New York City Transit Authority's original message to riders in response to terror threats and inviting the reporting of suspicious activity or articles on public transportation, offers an official reporting center or person as a transit worker or law enforcement as the explicit receivers of reports.
However, in the vast technological realm of the Internet, there are not any well defined points of reporting suspicious ramblings or individuals to the appropriate security agencies.
For example: Where on line would an Internet user report to security personnel three days before the Orlando terror, the ramblings of a South African? To wit: "...USA citizens are the biggest supporters of inhumane behaviour of all people in the world...Enjoy your life there for it might be ended by some self manufactured terrorist group the next time you visit the local walmart."
Though the remarks might not suffice any crime, how is the reporting of such an individual with such feelings about the United States(US) conducted to ensure that should he ever apply for a US visa, or for travel into the free world from South Africa, that he is duly vetted?
In this era of violence perpetrated by terrorists, increase surveillance and monitoring of innocent people with regards to any connections to terror could be minimized, if there are clear paths available on the Internet to facilitate the reporting of haters on social media.With a clearer path to the reporting of haters, a better identification of terror threats would become possible.