In a recent post on his Technology & Marketing Law Blog, Eric Goldman briefs Voicenet Communications, Inc. v. Corbett, 2006 WL 2506318 (E.D. Pa. 2006) in which the court held that 47 U.S.C. 230 preempts state criminal laws that otherwise fulfill its statutory requirements.
For Professor Goldman’s post, see 47 USC 230 Preempts State Criminal Law--Voicenet Communications v. Corbett on his Technology & Marketing Law Blog.
For more on the Communications Decency Act (CDA), see The CDA Has Killed Traditional Concepts of Defamation Law and The ‘Course Conversation’ of Tucker Max: Are Traditional Concepts of Defamation Law Dead?