Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Not quite harassthem.com
Mashable's story on PleaseRobMe.com strikes me as a fascinating teaching example. Judge Kozinski thought that harassthem.com would not be entitled to section 230's immunity because of its extensive participation in the creation of unlawful content. How would he deal with this site's aggregation of Twitter feeds from people who indicate they aren't at home? Does it matter that the site claims (and I have no reason to disbelieve) that it's trying to educate people about the vulnerabilities they create with such messages?