The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet
Jeff Kosseff described section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 that protects providers/websites from lawsuits due to user content.
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Emma Llanso Director Center for Democracy and Technology->Free Expression Project
David G. Post Adjunct Scholar Cato Institute
John Samples Vice President and Publisher Cato Institute
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