Episode 22: Navigating Intermediary Liability for the Internet – A Conversation with Daphne Keller

The question of what responsibility should lie with Internet platforms for the content they host that is posted by their users has been the subject of debate around in the world as politicians, regulators, and the broader public seek to navigate policy choices to combat harmful speech that have implications for freedom of expression, online harms, competition, and innovation. To help sort through the policy options, Daphne Keller, the Director of Intermediary Liability at Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society, joins the podcast this week. She recently posted an excellent article on the Balkinization blog that provided a helpful guide to intermediary liability law making and agreed to chat about how policy makers can adjust the dials on new rules to best reflect national goals.


  1. Dennis Davis says:

    Is there really of liability for websites that allows posts from their user that bash political person? Are they covered by the Freedom of Speech? https://www.watersoftenergurus.com/best-pelican/

  2. I will agree that we have to follow the Freedom of Speech. We speak what we think. Check me

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