End of the road for Delfino/Roommate advice

This morning I pleasantly came across BNA’s “E-Commerce and Tech Law Blog.” Thomas O’Toole of BNA advises me that linking to the blog is no problem, which is good, because I wanted to highlight two of his posts from yesterday.

O’Toole reports that the U.S. Supreme Court has denied certiorari in Delfino v. Agilent Technologies, a California state court decision broadly construing Section 230 protections. I had no idea the petition was pending, but am not surprised by the Court’s refusal to hear an appeal. His report also updates us on the status of the Perfect 10 petition.

In a separate post, Thomas comments upon a recently published law firm piece relating to Section 230 immunity. It’s a good overview article that highlights the Ninth Circuit’s controversial Roommate.com decision and offers practical advice for websites utilizing user-generated content.

The E-Commerce and Tech Law Blog has been kicking for over a year now, and I’m adding it to my reader immediately.

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