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Northern District of California Holds that Section 230 Applies to App Store

USA - June 9 2021 While Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act continues to face significant calls for reform or even elimination, the recent Coffee v. Google…

Role Reversal: Ninth Circuit Rejects Consumer’s Attempt to Enforce Updated Arbitration Provision in Website Terms of Use

USA - January 20 2021 In Stover v. Experian Holdings, the Ninth Circuit decided an issue of first impression for the circuit, holding that a party’s single visit to a…

S.D.N.Y. Dismisses Defamation Case Arising Out of “Battle by Tweet”

USA - October 28 2020 In Ganske v. Mensch, a defamation suit stemming from a “battle by Tweet,” a federal district court in New York held that the allegedly defamatory…

Jackie Li.

New copyright registration option for bloggers; AT&T’s opinion on CDA §230; questions about YouTube’s anti-hate rules

USA - September 9 2020 A federal district court judge in Brooklyn, N.Y., dismissed the complaint in a case filed by Genius, a platform that lets users share and annotate…

EDNY Refuses to Dismiss on § 230 Grounds in “Shitty Media Men” Defamation Case

USA - August 25 2020 In Elliott v. Donegan, a federal district court in New York held that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act does not warrant the dismissal of…

Andrew Iwanicki.