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Just How Far Does The CDA Go In Protecting Blog Site Operators From Defamatory Posts?

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Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) shields operators of “interactive computer services” from liability for defamatory posts by visitors.  The big question is how far does this protection go; what are its limits? 

 A recent ruling by a divided New York Court of Appeals provides insight into the answer.  If you operate a blog site, take heed.

Chip

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