Los Angeles: A Los Angeles judge Thursday refused to order YouTube to take down a controversial film clip, "The Innocence of Muslims".
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Luis Lanvin ruled that Cindy Lee Garcia failed to show that she would likely prevail on the merits of her request, despite the actress's claim that she was tricked into appearing in the inflammatory film, reported Xinhua citing the Courthouse News.
The YouTube clip has triggered violent anti-American riots and protests in more than 20 countries, and has led to at least 28 deaths, including the killing of US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.
Garcia filed a lawsuit to force Google to take down the video....more
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Bangalore: Australian bowlers had to labour hard against Kenya during their 60-run victory but skipper Ricky Ponting on Sunday said he was not disappointed with his bowling attack as they did their job. The defending champions on Sunday failed to bowl out Kenya, with their bowling attack taking just three wickets - the other three falling to run-outs. However, Ponting backed the bowlers and said the credit goes to the...
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