los angeles - The presence of three victims of the bloody shootout in San Bernardino, California, complains Facebook, Google and Twitter. They find that the internet companies did not take sufficient measures against digital terrorist propaganda.
The family members say that Islamic State could never be so big without Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, owned by Google. The terrorist organization used the sites according to the charge to recruit fans, spread propaganda and recruit funds.
Twitter and Google refused to respond to the case. Facebook representatives were not available for comment on Thursday. So far, comparable lawsuits in the US have always been unprecedented.
At the San Bernardino attack in 2015, 14 people were killed. That happened when a rationalized couple opened the fire in a government building. The couple came to life after a shot with the police hours after hours.