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Judge Tosses Twitter Terror Lawsuit
Orrick also concluded the Communications Decency Act of 1996 forbids holding publishers such as Twitter liable for content posted by its users.
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Lacking evidence of any direct link between Twitter activity and the attack, Orrick said that to allow the lawsuit would mean "any plaintiff could hold Twitter liable for any ISIS-related injury without alleging any connection between a particular terrorist act and Twitter's provision of accounts."

Twitter Fights Terrorism Liability Appeal in Ninth Circuit
"The non-financial material support given to terrorist groups is really just as fungible as money," [plaintiff's attorney Joshua] Arisohn told the panel.


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by Cat on Thu Dec 7th, 2017 at 08:39:27 AM EST
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