Internet Service Provider Liability in the Age of User Generated Content

Presented by Kimberly A. Harchuck

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Course Description

Length: 1h 1min    Published: 3/31/2015    
Internet Service Providers ("ISPs") face several avenues of legal liability in an era where most of their content is driven by users. The law has also granted them several "safe harbors" so they can continue operations without the constant threat of being sued. In this program, Kimberly Harchuck outlines the legal issues affecting ISP liability. Topics covered include:

- Legal Background & Timeline
- The DMCA Safe Harbor Rules
- Section 230 Immunity
- Contemporary ISP Liability Issues (Revenge Porn, Online Dating, etc.)
- Escort Advertising Sites & the Anti-Trafficking Movement

Learning Objectives
* Review the legal background and timeline for internet service provider (ISP) liability
* Understand the DMCA Safe Harbor rules
* Explore Section 230 immunity for ISPs

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Kimberly A. Harchuck

Longwood, FL

407.975.9150

kim@firstamendment.com

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