Zoom’s Refusal to Host Events That Include Terrorist Group Leader Leila Khaled
I was meaning to blog about this, but Prof. Lubet’s Faculty Lounge post captures the matter quite well: It appears that Zoom has serious reason to think that allowing such events would be a federal crime under 18 U.S.C. § 2339A, which bars providing “communications equipment” (among other assistance) to designated foreign terrorist groups. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine is one such group, and Khaled is—or at least was, as of December 2017—on its steering committee (the “political bureau“).
Lubet has more, both as to the PLFP and as to the possible overbreadth of
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