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Bad Words and Good Samaritans: Defamatory Speech in Cyberspace
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Cubby Inc. v. CompuServe, Inc., 776 F. Supp. 135 (S.D. N.Y. 1991). Davis, B. J. (2002). Untangling the “publisher” versus “information content provider” paradox of 47 U.S.C. Section 230: Toward a rational application of the Communications Decency Act in defamation suits against Internet service providers. New Mexico Law Review, 32, 75-97. Developments in the law—The law of cyberspace: III. The long arm of cyber-reach. (1999). Harvard Law Review, 112, 1610-1634. E.D. Va. Jury awards $675,000 in first Internet defamation verdict. (2001, January 10). E- Business Insurance Legal Report, 1(19), 5. Finn, M. K., Lahey, K., & Redle, D. (2000). Policies underlying Congressional approval of criminal and civil immunity for interactive computer service providers under provisions of the Communications Decency Act of 1996—Should e-buyers beware? University of Toledo Law Review, 31, 347-372. Frankel, A. (1995, October). On-line, on the hook. American Lawyer, 59-66. Friedman, J. A., & Buono, F. M. (2000). Limiting tort liability for online third-party content under Section 230 of the Communications Act. Federal Communication Law Journal, 52, 647-665. Godwin, M. (1996, March). Libel law: let it die. Wired, 4.03. Available at <http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/4.03/letitdie.html>. Goldstein, Mitchell P. (2000). Service provider liability for acts committed by users: What you don’t know can hurt you. John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law, 18, 591-641. Haddad, C. (1995, 27 May). Prodigy libel ruling raises questions of on-line services’ responsibilities. Atlanta Journal and Constitution, p. 3D.

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Cubby Inc. v. CompuServe, Inc., 776 F. Supp. 135 (S.D. N.Y. 1991).
Davis, B. J. (2002). Untangling the “publisher” versus “information content provider” paradox
of 47 U.S.C. Section 230: Toward a rational application of the Communications Decency
Act in defamation suits against Internet service providers. New Mexico Law Review, 32,
75-97.
Developments in the law—The law of cyberspace: III. The long arm of cyber-reach. (1999).
Harvard Law Review, 112, 1610-1634.
E.D. Va. Jury awards $675,000 in first Internet defamation verdict. (2001, January 10). E-
Business Insurance Legal Report, 1(19), 5.
Finn, M. K., Lahey, K., & Redle, D. (2000). Policies underlying Congressional approval of
criminal and civil immunity for interactive computer service providers under provisions
of the Communications Decency Act of 1996—Should e-buyers beware? University of
Toledo Law Review, 31, 347-372.
Frankel, A. (1995, October). On-line, on the hook. American Lawyer, 59-66.
Friedman, J. A., & Buono, F. M. (2000). Limiting tort liability for online third-party content
under Section 230 of the Communications Act. Federal Communication Law Journal, 52,
647-665.
Godwin, M. (1996, March). Libel law: let it die. Wired, 4.03. Available at
<http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/4.03/letitdie.html>.
Goldstein, Mitchell P. (2000). Service provider liability for acts committed by users: What you
don’t know can hurt you. John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law, 18,
591-641.
Haddad, C. (1995, 27 May). Prodigy libel ruling raises questions of on-line services’
responsibilities. Atlanta Journal and Constitution, p. 3D.


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