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Summer School: Content Moderation 101

Date: September 2019
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Being the middle-man is a tough job, especially where the internet’s reach is global. Companies engaged in the moderation of user-generated content (such as websites and social media platforms) have to balance free expression with content moderation. This is no simple task and with the push for transparency and accountability, it’s not getting any easier. This one-hour webinar will give you an inside look into what platforms face on a daily basis when it comes to content moderation and aim to demystify the law that protects websites from being held liable for third-party content so that you walk away with knowledge about best practices and tips for advising clients both on the user-side and on the platform-side.


  • Anette Beebe, General Counsel, Xcentric Ventures, LCC/; Principal, Beebe Law, PLLC; Co-Chair, ABA Forum on Communications Law Digital Communications Committee
  • Jeff Kosseff, Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity Law, U.S. Naval Academy; author of The Twenty-Six Words that Created the Internet (Cornell University Press, 2019)


  • Elisa D'Amico, Partner at K&L Gates LLP; Co-Chair, ABA Forum on Communications Law Digital Communications Committee
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