The Georgia Supreme Court has revived a lawsuit against Snapchat over the social media platform’s speed filter, which can stamp photos to show how fast someone is moving when they share a picture.

For Christal McGee, that speed was over 100 miles per hour—just before she ran into a car driven by Wentworth Maynard in 2015, “causing him to suffer severe injuries,” Justice Verda Colvin wrote.

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