Judge rejects lawsuit against Snapchat to crash
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A judge in the Us state of Georgia has Monday a lawsuit against Snapchat rejected. The company was by a bunch of sued, because a speed filter in the app, a crash would have caused.
Snapchat has, according to the court, immunity with this type of charges. She was referring to the so-called Communications Decency Act, writes ABC News.
The prosecutors, Wentworth, and Karen Maynard, touched in april last year, involved in a traffic accident with another woman. The woman, Christal McGee, collided at high speed against the cars of the bunch.
McGee used according to the prosecutors during the drive Snapchat with a speed filter. That would make her have deceived, as soon as possible to drive.
According to the indictment drove the woman more than 100 miles per hour (converted more than 160 kilometers per hour). After the accident, placed the woman on Snapchat a photo of himself in the ambulance.
The couple had both Snapchat if McGee sued. The case against the woman is still running.