Presented by the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section
-- Common challenges and pitfalls for clients seeking to sue for defamation and First Amendment rights over online content
-- California’s robust anti-SLAPP statute
-- The revolution of 47 U.S.C.§230 of the Communications Decency Act – from its original legislative intent to restrict free speech on the internet to becoming one of the most valuable tools for protecting freedom of expression and innovation on the internet
-- 2010 SPEECH Act and “libel tourism”
-- Jurisdictional issues surrounding suits over online content (the looming return of Twombly & Iqbal)
-- “Cancel Culture” and the clash of norms when some speech is impermissibly threatened by other speech
-- De-platforming & “Censorship” by Social Media Companies and internet infrastructure providers
-- Content of domain names and the limits of disputing content, including who to contact if someone is defaming your client or selling your client’s knockoffs
-- The interplay of international law with the aforesaid
Originally Recorded 5/6/21
Kenneth P. White, Esq., Name Prtner - Brown, White, & Osborn, LLP
Jean-Paul (JP) Jassy, Esq., Name Partner - Jassy Vick Carolan, LLP
Reg Levy, Head of Compliance - Tucows, Inc.
1 Hour of General CLE Credit.
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