France Attack Widow Says Google, Facebook, Twitter Aid ISIS
Law360, New York (October 12, 2017, 11:06 PM EDT) -- A Texas woman whose husband and son were killed in an attack in Nice, France, last year by members of the Islamic State group, commonly known as ISIS, filed a lawsuit in California federal court on Thursday alleging that Twitter Inc., Facebook Inc. and Google Inc. allowed the terrorist group to use their social networks as a tool for spreading propaganda and growing its base.
Plaintiff Kimberly Copeland accused the trio of tech giants of "aiding, abetting and knowingly providing support and resources to ISIS," in a 112-page complaint. The foreign terrorist group has claimed responsibility for numerous deadly attacks around...
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