Friday, April 04, 2008

Another CDA

It's been an interesting few weeks for CDA cases. Earlier, the 7th Circuit found that the CDA insulated Craigslist from liability under the Fair Housing Act. See my March 17 post, below. Then, a New Hampshire court said that the CDA did NOT insulate from claims arising under the right of publicity. And now we have the latest 9th Circuit decision on CDA, holding that the Act does not insulate from Fair Housing Act liability. The differences between the 7th Circuit holding in the Craigslist case and the 9th Circuit's in appears to be the level of interaction the site has with actively solicited information that could be used for discriminatory purposes. To read the case, click here:


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Great to read about Muxtape, Mixwit and the RIAA

11:07 PM  

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