Recently, in Barrett v. Rosenthal, the California Supreme Court held, similar to most courts addressing the issue, that bloggers are immune from being sued for “distributor” liability under defamation law. Under defamation law, the original speaker of a defamatory statement (a false statement that harms a person’s reputation) is liable. A “distributor,” one who further disseminates a […]
Tag: CDA 230
Archive of all posts about CDA 230 by Professor Daniel J. Solove for his blog at TeachPrivacy, a privacy awareness and security training company.