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Is Your Competitor Objectionable? The Scope of Immunity Under the Communications Decency Act

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In February 1996, faced with increasing public concern about the availability of pornography on the internet, as well as recent court decisions that seem to deter efforts to filter out such content, Congress enacted the Communications Decency Act (“CDA”).  As part of the CDA, Congress granted immunity to internet service providers from liability for actions… Continue Reading