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Maintain immunity under the Communications Decency Act

May. 26, 2017
By Samantha Beatty, Matthew Lubniewski

What should you do if users start using your client's website to post hateful, obscene or defamatory comments and images? User-posted content can damage your business image and, with the wrong set of facts, result in legal liability.

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When memes make you (or Jordan) cry

May. 12, 2017
By Sam Iverson, Tim Rawson

If Michael Jordan is heading for the tissues over his "Crying Jordan" meme, he would have an arsenal of legal weapons at his disposal.