Online Terrorist Speech, Direct Government Regulation, and the Communications Decency Act

By: Steven Beale

The Communications Decency Act (CDA) provides Internet platforms complete liability protection from user-generated content. This Article discusses the costs of this current legal framework and several potential solutions. It proposes three modifications to the CDA that would use a carrot and stick to incentivize companies to take a more active role in addressing some of the most blatant downsides of user-generated content on the Internet. Despite the modest nature of these proposed changes, they would have a significant impact.
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Cite: 16 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 333

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