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Brian Cuban is the brother of Mark Cuban and is a lawyer and activist in the areas of 1st Amendment and hate speech. He resides in Dallas, Texas. He was born on January 11, 1961 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He grew up in Pittsburgh and attended Mt. Lebanon High School. Brian earned his undergraduate degree from The Pennsylvania State University, he earned his Law degree from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania (inactive) and Texas, he specializes in First Amendment and Free Speech issues. He runs a blog called "The Cuban Revolution" that he uses as a platform to discuss many First Amendment legal battles and news stories. He is a recovering alcoholic and drug user with 5 years of sobriety. He is an advocate for medical marijuana.
Brian Cuban has been a huge supporter of the removal of Holocaust Denial Groups on Facebook. He has worked closely with Facebook on removing the groups as their hate speech towards Israel and Jews is not protected free speech in the private sector. He has been trying to have the pages with names such as; "Holocaust: A Series of Lies," and "Holocaust is a Holohoax" removed from Facebook since 2008.
He is the Executive Director of the Mark Cuban Foundation which directly supports the Fallen Patriot Fund. Mark Cuban started the Fallen Patriot Fund to help families of U.S. military persons killed or injured during the Iraq War, personally matching the first $1 million in contributions with funds from the Mark Cuban Foundation.
Brian has been married and divorced three times. He has an overweight Beagle named "Peanut" and an equally overweight cat named "Useless." He is a very popular Social Media Icon; he has almost 40,000 followers on Twitter. In 2008, Brian was banned from Digg for gaming the voting system.