Are Paid Content Sites Responsible for Libelous Comments by Users?

It’s great when your readers and audience are engaged with your content and commenting in your forums and blogs. But what do you do
It's great when your readers and audience are engaged with your content and commenting in your forums and blogs. But what do you do if one of them posts something libelous? According to attorneys Chad Bowmen and Tom Curley of Levine, Sullivan, Koch & Shultz, LLP (who led a terrifically informative panel today at SIPA's annual conference in DC), online content sites are not legally responsible for comments posted by their audience and users. The main…...

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