Stacey’s practice focuses on entertainment and technology transactions, IP, as well as privacy and EU data protection regulations.
On-Demand: February 21, 2023
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California has recently enacted several content moderation laws. AB-587, AB 1628, and SB 1056 require social media platforms to make available terms of service, including policies on distribution of controlled substances through platforms, violent threats and describe their content moderation practices in annual reports. These laws are several among a patchwork of newly enacted social media content moderation laws reflecting an overarching desire to reduce or address the spread of harmful information in social media. Texas, Florida and New York introduced similar laws addressing content moderation practices.
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Date: February 21, 2023
Stacey Chuvaieva | Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP
Stacey’s practice focuses on entertainment and technology transactions, IP, as well as privacy and EU data protection regulations. Before joining Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, Stacey was an in-house legal counsel in a video game publishing company and an attorney with the Baker McKenzie Kyiv IP/TMT Group.
I. Landscape of state content moderation laws (California, New York, Texas, and Florida) | 2:00pm – 2:15pm
II. California content moderation laws (AB-587, AB 1628, and SB 1056) | 2:15pm – 2:30pm
III. New York’s A7865A and S4511A requiring social media networks to provide and maintain mechanisms for reporting hateful conduct | 2:30pm – 2:45pm
IV. Free speech challenges of Texas and Florida content moderation laws | 2:45pm – 3:00pm