Videos

Pharma for the Holidays

In this “Investigating Innocence” seminar video, Attorney Keith Altman admits he is not on Pfizer’s Christmas card list. Why? Because he instructs attendees how to use the FDA’s Adverse Events Reporting System to support their cases against big pharma.

Altman explains clinical trials, relative risk, the FDA approval process, and pharmaceutical adverse events. As an advocate for The Alliance for Human Research Protection, Altman considers specific drugs and drug classes in the FDA’s Medwatch database. 

Altman explains clinical trials, relative risk, the FDA approval process, and pharmaceutical adverse events. As an advocate for The Alliance for Human Research Protection, Altman considers specific drugs and drug classes in the FDA’s Medwatch database.

Attorney Keith Altman is No Wallflower

Lawyer Keith Altman says that social media giants know full well that Isis is using their platform.

People talk about the dark side of social media, but few do anything about it. However, attorney Keith Altman does not believe in being a wallflower. In this Fox News video, he discusses the ineffectiveness of social media in weeding out terrorist organizations. He explains that their actions are as productive as taking the top off a dandelion. Removing the top gets rid of the problem today. But, tomorrow, the root gives rise to another top. Likewise, social media takes down an account and allows the same individual to set up a new account the next day. Thus, they essentially never get to the root of the problem. Attorney Keith Altman posits that these policies show that the companies knew their platform enabled terrorists but, did little to interfere with their communication.

Keith Altman, Esq. asks “Who is responsible?”

In November of 2015, the horrific terror attack in Paris took the life of a beautiful young lady. Her father turned to attorney Keith Altman to represent him against Google, Facebook, and Twitter in grief. The father asserted that these companies provided “material support” to terrorist extremists. A lawsuit was filed by Reynaldo Gonzalez in June 2016 in the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California. According to the lawsuit, the defendants “knowingly permitted” ISIS to raise money, recruit new members, and spread dangerous “extremist propaganda” on their social media sites.

Social Media Uses a Get Out of Jail Free Card

Nefarious organizations use social media to manipulate their message and spread fake news in ways never before seen. Left almost unchecked, these organizations are non-stop and accelerate with each passing day. They take advantage of the apparent lack of accountability that the platforms have over their own site. The social media sites use Section 230 as a get out of jail free card to avoid responsibility for the content that their company allows to spread throughout the country and the world.