In a new twist over the controversy surrounding an anti-Islam movie trailer on YouTube, an actress shown in the trailer has filed a lawsuit demanding that YouTube and its owner Google take down the video. Google has maintained so far that the video, which sparked off protests in many countries, is clearly within its guidelines and so will stay on YouTube. Actress Cindy Lee Garcia in a complaint filed Wednesday before the Superior Court of the State of California for the county of Los Angeles stated that “the lawsuit is not an attack on the First Amendment (to the U.S. Constitution) nor on the right for Americans to say what they think, but does request that the offending content be removed from the Internet.” Read the full story at Computer World.
In new twist, actress sues YouTube to remove anti-Islam video
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