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Wrongful death lawsuit against Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat amended to include newly discovered DMs from men seeking nude photos and videos from 11-year-old girl

SAN FRANCISCO – MAY 6, 2022 – Social Media Victims Law Center (SMVLC), a legal resource for parents of teenage victims suffering from depression, an eating disorder, hospitalization, sexual exploitation, self-harm or suicide as a result of social media addiction and cyberbullying, announced that it has amended its original complaint to hold Meta Platforms, Inc. and Snap, Inc…

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Wrongful death lawsuit against Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat amended to include newly discovered DMs from men seeking nude photos and videos from 11-year-old girl

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Social Media Victims Law Center Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Meta Platforms, Inc. and Snap, Inc. in Suicide of 17-Year-Old Christopher J. Dawle

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Social Media Victims Law Center founder Matthew P. Bergman to speak at Sync Digital Well Being Summit in Saudi Arabia

Meta Platforms, Inc. and Snap, Inc. Face Wrongful Death Lawsuit for Causing the Suicide of 11-year-old Selena Rodriguez

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Meta Platforms, Inc. and Snap, Inc. Face Lawsuit for Product Liability, Sexual Discrimination on its Platforms by Oregon Family

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Social Media Victims Law Center Established to Hold Social Media Companies Legally Accountable for the Damage Cyberbullying Causes to Children and  Young Adults

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