Techdirt Podcast Episode 53: Why Intermediary Liability Is The Most Important Question Online

from the foundations-of-the-internet dept

Last week, we spoke with Daphne Keller of Stanford's Center For Internet And Society about the collision between privacy and free speech in the EU. Much of this discussion involves the question of "intermediary liability" — how and when service providers are held liable for the actions of their users. This week, Daphne is back for a broader look at intermediary liability, and why it's one of the most important questions for the future of the internet.

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    CrushU (profile), 10 Dec 2015 @ 7:08am

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    How about 'Platform Protection laws' instead of Intermediary Liability?

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