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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.

Sweating the Details: Court Analyzes User Interface to Uphold Online Arbitration Clause

USA - June 23 2020 Online service providers typically seek to mitigate risk by including arbitration clauses in their user agreements. In order for such agreements to...

Jill Meltem Tellioglu.

Court Discovers Rare and Elusive “Enforceable Browsewrap”

USA - June 1 2020 As we have noted many times in prior articles, courts often refuse to enforce “browsewrap” agreements where terms are presented to users merely by...

Jackie Li.