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The V&E Report
The V&E Report

For almost a quarter of a century, curators of online content have avoided being treated as “publishers” or “speakers” of statements made by third-party users thanks to Section 230(c)(1) of the Communications Decency Act (“CDA”) (codified at 47 U.S. Code § 230), which states that “[n]o provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.”

The V&E Report

March 4, 2020
The V&E Report
The V&E Report

For the period between January and June 2019, Facebook received 128,617 requests for user data from various government entities—16% above the 110,634 requests in the period between July and December…

The V&E Report

November 20, 2019
The V&E Report
The V&E Report

Last week, the trustee for Fyre Festival LLC’s bankruptcy estate received court authorization to serve subpoenas on 24 individuals and companies connected to the failed music festival, including…

The V&E Report

February 6, 2019
The V&E Report
The V&E Report

Individuals and companies frequently use social media as a platform to share thoughts and connect with others. But do we know who is following and how they are using our data?

The V&E Report

January 30, 2019
The V&E Report
The V&E Report

Must companies that provide electronic communication services, like Facebook, comply with a subpoena from a criminal defendant?

The V&E Report

January 11, 2019