Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society launches World Intermediary Liability Map

"Frosio states, "By their nature, Internet services are inherently global. But Internet companies face a real challenge understanding how those global regimes might regulate the services they offer to the public. This uncertainty can hurt users by potentially scaring companies away from providing innovative new services in certain markets. Additionally, companies may unnecessarily limit what users can do online, or engage in censorship-by-proxy to avoid uncertain retribution under unfamiliar laws.""