In Enigma Software v. Malwarebytes, the Ninth Circuit ruled that 47 U.S.C. 230(c)(2)(B) does not protect anti-threat classification decisions that are allegedly based on "anti-competitive animus." This amicus brief, written by Prof. Eric Goldman of Santa Clara Law and Venkat Balasubramani and joined by 7 professors, explains how the Ninth Circuit's ruling makes the Internet less safe. Read more about Amicus Brief of Cybersecurity Law Professors in Enigma Software v. Malwarebytes
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