Facebook, Google, Twitter taken to court for "aiding" Paris attacks

11:34 PM | 17 Jun, 2016
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PARIS (Web Desk) - A Paris attack victim Nohemi's father is going to sue Twitter, Facebook and Google for facilitating the attackers.

According to the next web, Nohemi Reynaldo Gonzalez got killed among 130 others in Paris attack last year.

Her father is suing the social networks for facilitating the terrorist spread of “extremist propaganda”.

He alleged that social networks “knowingly permitted” ISIS to recruit, raise money and spread its message across each of the respective platforms.

For years, [the companies] have knowingly permitted the terrorist group ISIS to use their social networks as a tool for spreading extremist propaganda, raising funds and attracting new recruits.

This material support has been instrumental to the rise of ISIS, and has enabled it to carry out numerous terrorist attacks, including the 13 November 2015 attacks in Paris, where more than 125 were killed, including Nohemi Gonzalez.”

Gonzalez goes on to allege that without Twitter, Facebook and Google-owned YouTube, religious extremists would not have the infrastructure to get their message to the masses.