Section 230 generally shields online platforms from liability for third-party content. It has been widely credited with enabling the growth of the internet, but to what extent does it apply to the latest disruptive technology — generative AI? Jess Miers, Legal Advocacy Counsel at the Chamber of Progress, discusses the applicability of Section 230 to generative AI with hosts Christina Ma and Sergei Zaslavsky. Listen to this episode to learn about arguments for and against applying Section 230 to generative AI, and what features of generative AI will likely be key to determining the scope of Section 230 protection.
Jess Miers, Legal Advocacy Counsel, Chamber of Progress
Matt Pereault, Section 230 Won’t Protect ChatGPT, Lawfare
Jess Miers, Yes, Section 230 Should Protect ChatGPT And Other Generative AI Tools, Techdirt
Henderson v. The Source for Public Data Fourth Circuit Opinion
Fair Housing Council of San Fernando Valley v. Roommates.com Ninth Circuit Opinion
Sergei Zaslavsky, O’Melveny & Myers and Christina Ma, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz