The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has found, for the second time, that a modeling website, Model Mayhem, may be held liable for failing to warn users about a rape scheme targeting users of the website, which is owned by Internet Brands, Inc.  The court originally reached this conclusion in September 2014, but then granted Internet Brands’ petition for rehearing.  The same three-judge panel has now issued a substantially similar opinion, retaining much of the same reasoning.  Once again, it has rejected Internet Brands’ arguments that the plaintiffs’ claim was barred by the immunity provision in Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), which protects against claims that treat websites as the publishers or speakers of content provided by third parties.