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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.
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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