Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims Sue Google, Facebook, Twitter – CourtSide

By Christopher Coble, Esq.


The families’ lawsuit is somewhat unique however, in that it contends that by pairing advertising with ISIS-related postings the sites are creating “specific unique content,” which falls outside of Section 230 protections. You can read the full lawsuit below:

Earl Crosby, et al. v. Twitter, Google, and Facebook by FindLaw on Scribd

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