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[3ShidlerJLComTech014] When is § 230 Immunity Lost?: The Transformation from Website Owner to Information Content Provider

@inproceedings{Horowitz20073ShidlerJLComTech014WI,
  title={[3ShidlerJLComTech014] When is § 230 Immunity Lost?: The Transformation from Website Owner to Information Content Provider},
  author={Karen Alexander Horowitz},
  year={2007}
}
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) offers broad protection for providers and users of interactive computer services against liability for defamation and other content-based claims when a third-party provides the information. Although providers and users of interactive computer services (ICSs) are permitted to exercise some editorial control while still avoiding legal liability, at some point, such editing may transform the provider or user of the ICS into an information content… 
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