Mar 292019
 
 March 29, 2019  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News, Laws, U.S.

From EPIC.org:

A federal appellate court has refused to find a dating app liable for failing to remove a false profile that enabled abusive conduct. EPIC filed an amicus brief in Herrick v. Grindr, arguing that the law Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act was intended to “encourage internet service providers to police their platforms,” not to “give platforms carte blanche to ignore harassment and abuse.” EPIC explained that victims may be subjected to ongoing “psychological, social, and financial harm” if internet services are not accountable for harassment and abuse. EPIC routinely files friend of the court briefs in cases concerning emerging privacy and civil liberties issues.

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