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Families of terror victims go to lawsuit against Facebook and Google

IT | May 6, 2017 | Master3395

Meaning social media enables terrorism.

According to the families of victims of the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, social media contribute to the violent extremism flourishing.

Believes that social media mourn terrorism
Several of the abandoned courts now appeal to Facebook, Google and Twitter, accusing them of providing "material support" to terrorist groups, refusing to handle the problem properly and not cutting down on the activity online.

For several years, the defendants with the knowledge and recklessness have assisted the ISIS terrorist group with accounts for use on social media as a tool for spreading extremist propaganda, collecting money and attracting new recruits, "it says in the lawsuit of the families.

"Without the suitors Twitter, Facebook and Google (YouTube), the explosive growth of ISIS to become one of the most feared terrorist groups in the world would not have been possible.

Spokespeople from the three companies have so far not commented on the lawsuit.

Similar lawsuit
Formerly left behind the terrorist attack in Paris in 2015 and in the nightclub shooting in Orlando in 2016, they went to lawsuit against the three companies.

Keywords: Reuters

Sources: Facebook, google, terror, twitter

Author: Master3395

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