Twitter sued for ISIS vote

The war with the Islamic State is on many fronts, but sometimes it can happen that targets that do not have anything to do with terrorists can be hit. One of them is Twitter, which was sued by a widow of an American soldier killed by ISIS in Jordan, who accuses the portal of giving terrorists a place where they can speak publicly.

Islamic militants are eager to use Twitter in their business, where they set up thousands of accounts for spreading propaganda and encouraging them to support their cause by recruiting and collecting money.

Anonymous hackers fighting with ISIS, constantly closing the accounts of fighters available on Twitter. The portal itself does not seem to bother you that the militants of the Islamic State use it for their own activity, even though it could quickly get rid of them. Such passivity towards terrorists did not appeal to a certain American, who therefore sued the popular social platform.