Federal court rules social media can’t be held liable for radicalizing Pulse shooter

Federal court rules social media can’t be held liable for radicalizing Pulse shooter

ShutterstockSurvivors wanted Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube held accountable for “aiding and abetting” Pulse shooter Omar Mateen, who swore allegiance to the terrorist group ISIS before his death.

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