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Wednesday, September 08, 2010


Brian Wolfman

"I'm also intrigued by the potential role of 47 USC 230(c)(2), a federal law which basically insulates websites' filtering decisions from any state law causes of action (except state wiretapping laws and possibly state IP claims). The interplay between 230(c)(2) and antitrust claims is hardly clear, but it’s possible that the Texas AG's efforts are completely preempted by the federal statute." Is this what you are responding to?

Wesley Hanna

If anti-trust is a viable vehicle for compelling "search neutrality", why hasn't the avenue been explored by advocates of net neutrality.

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