The Litigation Section of the Barristers Club and Intellectual Property and Internet Law Section of the Barristers Club present
The Future of Free Speech on the Internet
Section 230, the First Amendment, the Supreme Court of Facebook, and more!
||Tuesday, April 20, 2021
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
This program will address the intersection of law and online content, including protections for content hosts under Section 230 (Communications Decency Act), the First Amendment and state action doctrine after Manhattan Community Access Corp. v. Halleck and Prager University v. Google, the role of private adjudications of content moderation including The Oversight Board (Facebook & Instagram), and approaches for litigators addressing these issues for their clients.
And will Facebook and Twitter keep Donald Trump banned?
- Law Regulating and Protecting Social Media Platforms
- Proposed Legislation in Congress and First Amendment Challenges
- Realities of Content Moderation
- Litigation Approaches Including Anti-SLAPP Motions
- Facebook and Twitter’s bans of Donald Trump
Gabriela Kipnis, Conrad Metlitzky Kane & Carole Okolowicz, Carlson, Calladine & Peterson
Event Code: B211441
For a printable flyer, click here.
For related events, click here.
- Sign-in to your account and select Register Myself at the bottom of the page.
- Use Forgot Username or Forgot Password if you don't know your account information. Don't have an account? Select Create Account.
- Select Proceed to Checkout to enter payment information, submit your order and complete the registration process.
A link to access the Zoom webinar will be sent in your confirmation e-mail prior to the start of the event. If you do not receive login credentials, please double check your Spam Folder. If you have any trouble, please contact email@example.com as soon as possible before the program starts so we can assist with troubleshooting. You may need to consult your local IT technician for connection issues.
To receive MCLE credit, you must sign in during the designated MCLE registration period. This activity is approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. BASF is a certified provider: Provider #103
People with disabilities and/or special requests should contact BASF regarding reasonable accommodations