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A divided Georgia Court of Appeals panel upheld a trial judge’s dismissal of claims that instant messaging app Snapchat’s “Speed Filter” was to blame for a wreck that left a man gravely injured by a teenage driver trying to record herself driving 100 miles an hour in her father’s Mercedes. 

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