CA Supreme Court in Hassell Reveals Sec. 230 is a Catch-22

First, a refresher. The broad immunity provision known as Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act was adopted in 1996 as an incentive to internet […]

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Don’t Mourn for the Memes Just Yet

Over the weekend, a photograph taken by Jesco Denzel went mega-viral. Ultra-viral? Really really viral? Whatever. It killed. You must have seen it. It depicts […]

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Recap Post — Too Much Going On!

Here’s an overview of stories to watch, including some I’ll be posting about soon: Senator Wyden Pitching ACCESS to Recordings Act In a post on […]

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Should Bot Disclosure Be Required by Law?

Recently, California legislators introduced the B.O.T. Act of 2018, which, as the Electronic Frontier Foundation summarizes, “would make it unlawful for any person to use […]

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Trump’s Blocking Twitter Followers Unconstitutional Says Court

On Wednesday, a federal court for the Southern District of New York held that President Trump violated the First Amendment when he and his Social […]

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