Fields v. Twitter, Inc.(N.D.C.A. Aug 10, 2016)(Decision: First Amended Complaint dismissed, with leave to amend)(FAC alleging that Twitter's services aided ISIS in carrying out acts of international terrorism, including attack on Plaintiff (Count I), and that Twitter's services constitute material support to a Foreign Terrorist Organization in violation of federal law (Count II), was dismissed, with leave to amend in 20 days. Court primarily relied on the safe harbor provisions of the Communications Decency Act.
Can the IRS revoke my passport? Yes. Yes it can. - We are often asked by clients what the IRS can really do when back taxes are owed. Previously, the threshold for punitive IRS actions was pretty high. That has changed dramatically. The IRS will now begin revoking US passports for taxpayers that owe a Seriously Delinquent Tax Debt ... Read the full story.