One month after filing a discrimination suit against PayPal on behalf of the publisher behind the controversial InfoWars website, plaintiffs attorney Marc Randazza has moved to dismiss the suit without prejudice, looking to send the dispute to arbitration.

Free Speech Systems LLC, the publisher behind the right-wing political commentary site founded by radio personality Alex Jones, filed suit against PayPal on Oct. 1, alleging the online payment company violated California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act for “arbitrarily banning” the company from its services “for off-platform speech.” On Monday, FSS’s attorney Randazza moved to dismiss all claims of his own lawsuit, aiming to route proceedings to arbitration on grounds of an arbitration clause in PayPal’s user agreement.

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