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SAVING FACE IN CYBERSPACE: Protecting your rights as an online publisher

27 May 20108:30 AM - 9:30 AM (PST) Los Angeles

It's 2010, and your website is now loaded with interactive third-party content, profiles, and blogs -- It's not only a destination for communication and self-expression, but also a hotbed for controversy. What happens when an avid reader posts defamatory comments on your blog? What happens when a 14-year-old on your social networking site decides to claim in her profile that she's actually 21? Are you liable for what your website visitors say and do? The answer may surprise you!


Don't miss this in-depth and entertaining CLE presentation on one of the most talked about statutes in the area of Internet law: Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields websites from lawsuits arising out of third-party content and communications online. Join Jordan McCollum, Vice President, Counsel, Disney Interactive Media Group, and partners David Singer and Amy Gallegos from Hogan Lovells, who recently represented MySpace in a significant case addressing the scope of Section 230, to learn about the steps websites can take to reduce their risks of liability and maximize their protections under the statute.

Hogan Lovells

1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1400
Los Angeles
United States

27 May 2010
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM (PST)

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