Clinic Files Brief Supporting Cert Petition in Oracle v. Google clinic.cyber.harvard.edu/2019…
Folks local to #Cambridge, learn about Clinic staffers @jessicafjeld and @NCPtarmigan 's work on #ArtificialIntelligence and creativity at this roundtable event tomorrow. Bring your questions! twitter.com/jessicafjeld/s…
Attn @Harvard_Law 1Ls and 2Ls — come learn about the @cyberlawclinic, hear from staff and former students, and get registration details for the 2019-20 academic year! Thurs, 2/7 at noon; details — hls.harvard.edu/event/clinict….
Category Archives: CDA 230
On April 6, 2017, Cyberlaw Clinic students attended oral argument in a First Circuit copyright appeal involving a curious set of facts and legal issues. The case pitted Richard Goren, a Massachusetts attorney, against Xcentric Ventures, LLC, the owner of … Continue reading
The Sixth Circuit issued an important decision today in Seaton v. TripAdvisor, LLC, a case concerning Tennessee defamation law and the scope of liability for online intermediaries that aggregate user-submitted content (in this case, hotel reviews). The Cyberlaw Clinic submitted … Continue reading
The Digital Media Law Project (formerly the Citizen Media Law Project), assisted by Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic, has asked the Sixth Circuit to make clear that website operators that aggregate citizen reports and rely on that data to draw … Continue reading
One of our spring term Cyberlaw Clinic students contributed to a great post over at the Citizen Media Law Project’s blog last week. The post relates to the scope of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and whether the protections afforded by … Continue reading