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In Mapping Case, Circuit Court Grapples With the Limits of Immunity for Online Publishers

Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. Google maps. Can an online map provider like Google be held liable for siphoning business from mom-and-pop outlets when plotting ap... read more

The Daily 202: How Mike Bloomberg scared off Anthony Weiner from challenging him in 2009

Bloomberg’s push to change the term limits law so he could stay in office ... The document was released as the Supreme Court is expected to rule on whether Ross can be deposed in the case.” -- Related ... read more

Model's horrific rape case may limit crucial online free speech law

Analysis A terrifying case in which an aspiring model was drugged and raped may result in a limit being placed on a critical piece of online free speech ... online publishers immunity from being prose... read more

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New Trade Agreement Extends CDA Section 230 Immunity Abroad

In the United States, 28 U.S.C. § 230—which provides that online service providers are not considered "publishers" of third-party ... The agreement also creates immunity for good faith actions taken t... read more


Peffer v. Stephens, on Probable Cause and Home Computer Searches

On Thursday, the Sixth Circuit decided a Fourth Amendment case that is drawing a lot of criticism online. The case ... in part because I suspect future courts will limit it to its facts. I. The Facts ... read more

‘AOL v. Zeran’: The Cyberlibertarian Hack of §230 Has Run Its Course

Zeran, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held that 47 ... “an impossible burden” for online services. This holding ended the panel’s substantive analysis of the s... read more

Can Israel Be Both Jewish and Democratic?

“Is there another democracy,” Oren asks, “that would uphold the immunity of legislators who praise the terrorists ... was convicted and jailed for sexual offenses by three Supreme Court justices — two ... read more

Intel Vets Challenge ‘Russia Hack’ Evidence

Can’t you imagine such a scenario? … I can.” Full Disclosure: Over recent decades the ethos of our intelligence profession has eroded in the public mind to the point that agenda-free analysis is deeme... read more

Who Was Right About the Emoluments Clauses? Judge Messitte or President Washington?

Daniels of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York concluded that the case was not justiciable. Therefore, in December 2017, he granted the government's motion to dismiss. (That ... read more

Targeted DNA degradation using a CRISPR device stably carried in the host genome

In these cases, it is impossible to recollect cells for disposal, so they need to be programmed to degrade their own DNA when they leave a defined environment or after a defined time period. Here, we ... read more

20 Years of Protecting Intermediaries: Legacy of 'Zeran' Remains a Critical Protection for Freedom of Expression Online

As we hoped—and based in large measure on the strength of the Fourth Circuit ... an attempt to limit the statute to protecting only formal intermediaries. In one case, Barrett v. Rosenthal, the attack... read more

U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Judge Samuel Alito's Nomination to the Supreme Court

And I thought about that because it seems to me that so many of these cases about expanding freedom or restricting it are cases that boiled down to the eye of the beholder. And I specifically thought ... read more



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