CDA230

EFF Involvement

EFF has been involved with a number of cases that have dealt with Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. EFF works to ensure strong legal protections for websites, service providers, and blogs and endeavors to fight threats that would weaken such protections for intermediaries and users.

Internet Archive v. Hoffman (2013)

Internet Archive v. McKenna (2012)

Levitt v. Yelp (2012)

eDrop-Off v. Burke (2012)

Ratingz, Inc. v. Thomas (2012)

Craigslist v. Superior Court of California (2010)

Zango v. Kaspersky Lab (2008)

Fair Housing Council v. Roommate.com (2007)

Johnson v. Barras (2007)

Novartis v. SHAC (2006)

DontDateHimGirl.com (2006)

Chicago Lawyers' Committee v. Craigslist (2006)

Barrett v. Rosenthal (2004)

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