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Senators Propose Substantial Revisions to Section 230's Protections for Online Providers

USA - March 2 2021 On February 5, 2021, three Democratic Senators released the SAFE TECH Act, which aims to require online service providers to address fraud…

Ambika Kumar Doran, Christopher W. Savage

Senators Propose Substantial Revisions to Section 230's Protections for Online Providers

USA - February 10 2021 On February 5, 2021, three Democratic Senators released the SAFE TECH Act, which aims to require online service providers to address fraud…

Ambika Kumar Doran, Christopher W. Savage

Dead Celebrities and Digital Doppelgangers: New York Expands Its Right of Publicity Statute and Tackles Sexually Explicit Deepfakes

USA - December 4 2020 In the Empire State, the right of publicity remains alive and well—including (soon) for celebrities who are, well, no longer alive. New York has…

Robert D. Balin, Jesse Feite, Lance Koonce

Executive Order "Clarifies" (Rewrites) Online Speech Protections

USA - June 3 2020 A May 28, 2020, Executive Order claims to "clarify" a vital protection for internet speech, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, 47 U.S.C…

Robert Corn-Revere, Victor A. Kovner, Christopher W. Savage

2nd Circuit Resolves Key Issues in Copyright Case

USA - May 19 2020 Last week, the 2nd Circuit published an opinion that resolved several significant copyright issues, including conflicts concerning the discovery rule…

Ambika Kumar Doran, Caesar Kalinowski IV