Section 230

Gators Attack Juicy Campus

University of Florida Student Body President, Kevin Riley, and Chief Information Officer, Marc Hoit, recently issued this letter to the Florida Attorney General asking that the Florida Office of the

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AK47 Comes Back Swinging

AutoAdmit pseudonymous defendant “AK47” has made a few errors in judgment. First his statements on the AutoAdmit board. Bad judgment? Yes. Legally actionable? Probably not. But, that didn’t stop anyone

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The "Notary Internet"

I (along with anyone else who respects the Constitution) say that the best cure for bad speech is more speech, not censorship. However, I frequently hear a whiny retort to

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Tucker Max and Section 230

Tucker Max publishes books, websites, and blogs that some people find humorous. I certainly do. He also owns a website upon which one finds online forums in which people all

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47 U.S.C. § 230

Section 230. Protection for private blocking and screening of offensive material (a) Findings The Congress finds the following: (1) The rapidly developing array of Internet and other interactive computer services

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