Big Tech Wins in Supreme Court on Social Media Terrorism Case

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  • The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Google and Twitter in cases alleging social media liability in overseas terror attacks.
  • Justice Clarence Thomas stated that the families of victims did not adequately show that the platforms “aided and abetted” the terrorists.
  • The court emphasized that the social media companies did not intentionally provide substantial assistance to the attackers or participate in the attacks.
  • The court declined to address the scope of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides legal immunity to internet companies for third-party content. Read More

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