- Cindy Lee Garcia's is the first-known civil lawsuit connected to the video that depicts the Prophet Mohammad as a womanizer and a fool.
- Garcia's lawyer, Cris Armenta asserted that third-party content distributors hold some responsibility for the content on their platforms.
- Google previously rejected a request by the White House to reconsider its decision to keep the clips on YouTube, but the company has blocked the trailer in certain Muslim countries such as Egypt and Libya.
- The White House had asked Google to evaluate whether the video violated YouTube's terms of service.
A Pakistani minister offered $100,000 (£61,600) on Saturday for the death of an online filmmaker.
US Embassies across the Muslim world have come under attack and a US school in Tunisia set on fire in protests against the anti-Islam film.
Protests against the anti-Islam film continue to spread with the US embassy in Yemen stormed, while protests continue in Egypt and Iraq.