In the ruling, Thomas argues that holding Twitter responsible for the 2017 terrorist attack that claimed the life of Jordanian Nouras Al Assaf in Turkey, as requested by his family, does not give any communications provider any Will be held accountable for wrongdoing because they know criminals use their system. “Actors such as IS can use these platforms (…) for illegal, and sometimes sinister, purposes,” says the magistrate, “but the same can be said of mobile phones, email or the Internet.” .