Encouraging Reckless Driving?: Lawsuits Over Snapchat's Speed Filter Move Toward Trial in Georgia and California
“It is extremely foreseeable that minors and young adults would use the Speed Filter to record themselves driving at excessive speeds, and even more so if there are potential reward ‘trophies’ for so doing,” District Court Judge Michael Fitzgerald of the Central District of California said. Fitzgerald denied Snap’s motion to dismiss a California lawsuit running parallel to one in Georgia.
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