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The Great Hack: Brexit Financier Arron Banks threatens Netflix with lawsuit

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Brexit financier Arron Banks has legally issued a threat against Netflix for The Great Hack. The film reveals details about Facebook and Cambridge Analytica Scandal.

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Arron Banks Threatens Netflix Over The Great Hack Documentary

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Recently, the campaigners have warned the government of the UK for intimidating journalists by using courts. Moreover, businessman and Brexit campaign donor Arron Banks are calling the legislation for action to stop ‘vexatious lawsuits.’

Joint Letter

The charity groups and press freedom campaigners have warned the government in an open letter. Moreover, the joint letter states that wealthy people like Arron Banks are using UK courts to silence and scare journalists who are working for the well-being of the public.

Besides, they highlighted Arron Banks defamation suit against journalist Carole Cadwalladr for accusing Facebook owner, Mark Zuckerberg and many others. Now, this freelance journalist is fined for stating false news everywhere.

On 12 July, Arron Banks’ London law firm Kingsley Napley issued a legal claim on her. Furthermore, on 16 July the firm stated in the letter that their clients were worried it would contain false allegations made by Cadwalladr and other journalists.

Karim Amer replies to Arron Banks after he threatens Netflix

Karim Amer is The Great Hack co-director who recently stated that they had received a letter from Arron Banks’s lawyers. Later on, the filmmakers responded to the letter and made it clear that the matter of the documentary will vigorously defend against any claim.

Plus, he added that it is ridiculous to see Banks and his law firms to send such a letter without actually seeing the film. Moreover, he will invite Mr. Banks to watch the documentary at London screening at the ICA on 24 July.

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