1 Hour of MCLE
Section 230 – The Furious Debate Over the Future of Free Speech on The Internet
Tuesday, May 25, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
This program is FREE to Attend without MCLE Credit. MCLE Credit is free for BHBA members and $25 for Non Members.
About the Program
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has been described as 26 words that created the Internet. Now that we have the Internet, not everyone is convinced that Section 230 was a good idea, or that we still need this statutory protection, while others continue to champion it and think it remains as needed and valuable as ever. Our panel of experts from Congress, academia, and the law will tackle this debate, discussing what Section 230 does, the problems it solves, the problems that remain, and what would happen if it went away.

About the Section
The Entertainment Law Section is chaired by Larry Verbit and Greg Zbylut. Find out more about the Section at bhba.org/entertainment-law
The Litigation Section is chaired by Hillary Johns.
Find out more about the Section at bhba.org/litigation-law
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