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Navigating the NetChoice Cases: Dive Deep into Online Expression with SOTN Insights

As the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the critical cases of¬†NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice¬†today, take a look at our panel from State of the Net, “The High Court and Online Expression: Deciphering the Legal Landscape” featuring Nicole Saad Bembridge, Associate Director of Litigation at NetChoice. In tandem, our panel “Online Expression And Policymakers: Finding The Balance”¬†delved into the delicate equilibrium between free expression and regulatory considerations. As the Supreme Court deliberates, these thought-provoking discussions offer a crucial understanding of the evolving landscape of online expression. Stay informed on the forefront of legal developments that may shape the boundaries of online discourse by catching up on these essential panel discussions.

Panelists examined¬†NetChoice v. Paxton¬†and¬†Moody v. NetChoice, discussing the possibility that the justices may not uphold these laws, citing First Amendment constraints. Others expressed concerns about the commercial nature of social media platforms and discussed issues such as gatekeeping power, common carriage, and the potential impact on marginalized voices. They also deliberated on the extent of states’ authority. The panel featured¬†Nicole Saad-Bembridge¬†of NetChoice,¬†Olivier Sylvain¬†of Fordham University,¬†Jess Miers¬†of Chamber of Progress,¬†Matt Wood¬†of Free Press, and¬†Nadine Farid Johnson¬†of¬†Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University.

Panelists discussed the complexities of regulating the internet at the state and federal levels. They explored the challenges of finding a balance between speech and regulation, as well as the need for rigorous research to inform policy decisions. The panelists also touched on the evolving regulatory landscape in Europe and the potential implications for tech companies. The panel featured Dr. David Morar of Open Technology Institute, Eric Goldman of Santa Clara University School of Law, Steve DelBianco of NetChoice, Susan Benesch of Dangerous Speech Project, and Shane Tews of Logan Circle Strategies.

Navigating the NetChoice Cases: Dive Deep into Online Expression with SOTN Insights

As the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the critical cases of¬†NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice¬†today, take a look at our panel from State of the Net, “The High Court and Online Expression: Deciphering the Legal Landscape” featuring Nicole Saad Bembridge, Associate Director of Litigation at NetChoice. In tandem, our panel “Online Expression And Policymakers: Finding The Balance”¬†delved into the delicate equilibrium between free expression and regulatory considerations. As the Supreme Court deliberates, these thought-provoking discussions offer a crucial understanding of the evolving landscape of online expression. Stay informed on the forefront of legal developments that may shape the boundaries of online discourse by catching up on these essential panel discussions.

Panelists examined¬†NetChoice v. Paxton¬†and¬†Moody v. NetChoice, discussing the possibility that the justices may not uphold these laws, citing First Amendment constraints. Others expressed concerns about the commercial nature of social media platforms and discussed issues such as gatekeeping power, common carriage, and the potential impact on marginalized voices. They also deliberated on the extent of states’ authority. The panel featured¬†Nicole Saad-Bembridge¬†of NetChoice,¬†Olivier Sylvain¬†of Fordham University,¬†Jess Miers¬†of Chamber of Progress,¬†Matt Wood¬†of Free Press, and¬†Nadine Farid Johnson¬†of¬†Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University.

Panelists discussed the complexities of regulating the internet at the state and federal levels. They explored the challenges of finding a balance between speech and regulation, as well as the need for rigorous research to inform policy decisions. The panelists also touched on the evolving regulatory landscape in Europe and the potential implications for tech companies. The panel featured Dr. David Morar of Open Technology Institute, Eric Goldman of Santa Clara University School of Law, Steve DelBianco of NetChoice, Susan Benesch of Dangerous Speech Project, and Shane Tews of Logan Circle Strategies.