Joe Bob Briggs writes:
Prodigy used software programmed to get rid of offensive language—evidence that they were editors and publishers, not simply distributors.
So now we had a legal situation where if you police content you’re a publisher, and so you’re subject to the same rules that apply to Doubleday or Esquire or The Washington Post.
If you pay no attention to what’s on your platform, then you’re cool. You’re protected.
Obviously this couldn’t last…