Communications Decency Act (cda)

The U.S. Communications Decency Act (CDA) may serve as a shield for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) transporting users information over the Internet through their services.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How does the law interpret the liability when the ISP does not know the information transported over its services?
What precisely is allowed immunity under the CDA?
Are there any risks that the service provider may be found liable?


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