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Eleventh Lawsuit Against Social Media Providers for “Materially Supporting Terrorists” Fails–Palmucci v. Twitter

This case is before the same district court judge who handled Fields v. Twitter and Copeland v. Twitter. It involves the 2015 terrorist attack in Paris, but “[t]here are no allegations in the AC that Abaaoud, Laachraoui, or any of the … Continue reading

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YOUR DAILY TREACHER: Kevin Hart Will Not Negotiate with Terrorists….

YOUR DAILY TREACHER: Kevin Hart Will Not Negotiate with Terrorists. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Ninth Lawsuit Against Social Media Providers for “Materially Supporting Terrorists” Fails–Clayborn v. Twitter

This is the ninth different case where a court concludes that social media services aren’t liable for providing “material support” to terrorists. This particular litigation involves the San Bernardino shooting, but the underlying incident doesn’t matter much. Instead, the court … Continue reading

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“Material Support for Terrorists” Lawsuit Against YouTube Fails Again–Gonzalez v. Google

This is one of numerous lawsuits against social media providers, seeking to hold them liable for terrorist attacks because they publish third party-provided terrorist-related content. These lawsuits have gone nowhere, including this one. I blogged the dismissal of the Second … Continue reading

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Plan could give loophole to terrorists (AP via Yahoo! News)

Todays foreign terrorists could become tomorrows U.S. refugees if the Bush administration gets its way. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Immigration law

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