“Families of Americans killed by ISIS [sue] Twitter…” [for being weapon of terror]

“Lawyers representing the plaintiffs argue in court documents that Twitter violated the Anti-Terrorism Act… The company is currently facing another similar lawsuit by family members of victims killed in the June 2016 attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida… Twitter has long been criticized for its inability to keep terrorists off its network…


Isn’t it strange that the two biggest social networks, Facebook and Twitter are the only ones that have this problem. No other social media outlet has this problem. Not only do these companies refuse to remove these accounts, they ban anyone they consider “alt-right” or conservative. These billion dollar companies have the means to delete these accounts. They are not unable. They are unwilling. Such a defense as “unable” is only acceptable for smaller businesses whom it would bankrupt to take such measures.

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