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Supreme Court Protects Big Tech and Big Terror
Court's majority opinion in two cases protecting Twitter & Google from liability over terrorist attacks
This is the first video in my annual Supreme Court Wrap Up. Today we will be revisiting a pair of cases from my Supreme Court Roundup last fall. These cases are: Twitter v Taamneh and Gonzalez v Google
The Supreme Court handed down two unanimous opinions on May 18th 2023 for both cases stating that the claims against Twitter & Google in regards to the Anti-Terrorism Act §2333 and the Communications and Decency Act §230 do not amount to "aiding and abetting" in a manner that would make these platforms liable for damages following a terrorist attack.
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