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Organized by the Young Lawyers Committee for all practitioners.
Description: Section 230, the law that gives immunity to interactive computer services for their content moderation practices, has come under the microscope because of the content moderation choices of many social media platforms. In July, as required by a presidential Executive Order, NTIA filed a petition with the FCC seeking new rules to clarify the scope and application of Section 230. This event will help Section 230 newcomers get a baseline understanding of the statutory provision and also dive deep on key developments, including whether the FCC has authority to adopt rules interpreting Section 230, how section 230 has been interpreted to date, and the legal and policy implications that would result from changes to the law.
Opening Remarks: Adam Candeub, Acting Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information, NTIA
Back to Basics: What is Section 230: Jess Miers, Third Year, Santa Clara University Law School
Avery Gardiner, General Counsel and Senior Fellow for Competition, Data, and Power, Center for Democracy & Technology
Jamie Susskind, Vice President of Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Consumer Technology Association
Olivier Sylvain, Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law
Stephanie Weiner, Partner, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP
Chris Laughlin, Communications Associate, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Q&A with FCBA President Natalie Roisman:
Brendan Carr, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
Gigi Sohn, Distinguished Fellow, Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy
Cost: $45.00 for Private Sector Members; $20.00 for Government/Academic/Transitional Members; No charge for Law Student Members; $60.00 for Non-Members