A lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter

Jun

20

2016

Facing social media networks Twitter and Facebook and Google filed a lawsuit in Northern California Court of its container before the American student who was killed in the terrorist attack of the long French capital Paris in the month of November 2015 by the organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

The family suggests in the lawsuit filed according to the Washington Post, she wanted to sue the social network for providing necessary support in terms of tools for terrorist groups, and that the three platforms allowed to organize terrorist state using social networking as a tool for the dissemination of extremist propaganda and raise funds and attract new recruits.

And it activates the organization of the Islamic state, or what is known simply as ISIS on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, despite the stringent measures taken last year to shut down and cancel its accounts.

Lawsuit, filed this week at the mention of Google Inc. royal also features a video sharing platform YouTube, which is used by the organization to spread their ideas and what they are doing through videos showing executions and terrorist operations.

The family’s lawyer pointed out that the three platforms has provided the infrastructure and technical support for the organization to carry out terrorist activities, and it does not work well enough to prevent terrorists from using their own networks.

The complaint says that social networks have developed ads next to content published by Altzim, and has provided a share of advertising revenue for Tzim terrorist.

The Facebook said in a statement on its website that it is no place for terrorists or content that promotes or supports terrorism, and added that the network this lawsuit unfounded.

Twitter platform also said that this case is not based on a legal basis, and Google refused to comment on the lawsuit, noting that it has a proven track record of taking quick action against the terrorist content.

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