Facebook and Twitter tell Tweed that Egypt is ‘not in Middle East’
The high-profile solicitor says he has been frustrated in his efforts to lodge complaints against the tech giants over the removal of a marketing firm’s social media accounts
Egypt is not in the Middle East for Facebook and Twitter’s legal purposes, according to the companies’ correspondence with Paul Tweed.
The high-profile solicitor told the Business Post that he has been frustrated in his efforts to lodge complaints because of both firms’ position that matters relating to Egypt are managed by their United States offices, and not their Dublin headquarters, which oversee the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
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