Julio Sharp-Wasserman on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act
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Julio Sharp-Wasserman on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

Section 230 prevents some online intermediaries, such as operators of websites, from being sued for the actions of third parties. For example, if someone uploads a defamatory video to YouTube, the person being defamed could sue the creator of the video, but couldn’t sue YouTube itself. Julio argues that, in the specific context of speech torts, there are other protections for online intermediaries, and the results of lawsuits against them might be the same, even if Section 230 didn’t exist.

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