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    The US Supreme Court said on Thursday that companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Google cannot be held responsible for posts that support the Islamic State group. The court ruled that these social media companies did not encourage terrorist attacks by hosting posts that support the extremist group. This means that victims of terrorist attacks cannot sue these companies for allowing posts that support the Islamic State group.

    This decision was made by the US Supreme Court and applies to Twitter, Facebook, and Google. The court ruled that these companies did not “aid and abet” terrorist attacks by hosting posts that support the Islamic State group. This news was reported by a syndicated news agency called AFP.

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    Arpita Raj is a journalist who works at the “Breaking News Desk” and reports on general, national, and international news for news18.com. She graduated from Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi and has written for other news outlets like The Indian Express and Al Jazeera.

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