For Reynaldo Gonzalez, the father of one of the victims of the Paris attacks of November 13 attack multiple social networks in US courts. He blames Facebook, Google and other Twitter for allowing fundamentalist groups to spread their own propaganda messages, without any control.
Man has therefore filed a complaint with the Federal District Court in California against these web platforms on the grounds that they allow these organizations to recruit staff but also to raise money or to publish messages inciting hatred. Counsel for the complainant has a hearing in the US, recently hit by a killing in Orlando countries including the shooter, Omar Matteen, has pledged allegiance to the Islamic group Daesh.
For their part, platforms deny any involvement in these acts. They state that they act against all forms of violence and also suppress the extreme nature of content. Twitter said to have dedicated teams " investigating possible violations of regulations, identify violations of codes of conduct and work with the authorities if necessary ".
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