Families: Hamas on Facebook, so firm must pay $1B after terror deaths | Ars Technica

On Sunday, the families of several terrorist victims sued Facebook under an American anti-terrorism law. The victims died in multiple terrorist attacks in Israel in 2015 and 2016, and the families are seeking at least $1 billion in damages.
The plaintiffs allege that the social networking giant is liable as it provides “material support” to Hamas—which the United States government considers a terrorist group—by allowing its leaders and followers to openly use the service.

Source: Families: Hamas on Facebook, so firm must pay $1B after terror deaths | Ars Technica

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