Gabbard claimed the company wronged her after it briefly suspended her presidential campaign’s advertising account after the first televised debate. A Google representative said the account was flagged for “unusual activity” and corrected the suspension shortly after it was flagged. Gabbard was seeking $50 million in damages.
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Tulsi Gabbard’s $50M First Amendment Suit Against Google Tossed
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s lawsuit accusing Google of violating her First Amendment rights was thrown out by California’s Central District Court. So reports CNBC.
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