In case if you missed Friday’s Section230 debate between Julie Cohen, Eric Goldman, and Rachel Wolbers, you’re in luck. The crucial talk over Section230‘s importance on the Internet and potential carve outs and their effects before a Congressional audience is now available to view online.
Carving Out Exceptions to Section230: How Will It Affect The Internet?
Eric Goldman and Rachel Wolbers discussing the importance of Section230
Julie Cohen, Georgetown University Law School
Eric Goldman, Santa Clara Law School
Rachel Wolbers, Engine
Law Professors and Public Sector Discuss Section230
The War for the Web: Countering ISIS and Violent Extremism Online
During last Friday’s lunch debate in Rayburn, experts from the public and private industries answered the most crucial questions regarding countering violent extremism online. In this fast-moving debate,
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