I've had a lot of positive feedback for the Intermediary Liability 101 slides I shared back in 2018, so I thought I'd post these updated ones now. They are based on a deck I presented to a European policymaking audience last month. Their focus tilts toward European examples -- but many of the issues captured here are universal. This version also has a longer section toward the end listing emerging issues and ideas (again, with a European lens). Read more about Intermediary Liability 101: An Update for 2020
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