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Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society launches World Intermediary Liability Map

The newly launched WILMap by CIS provides a way to inform the public on Internet regulations worldwide

On July 7, Stanford law school’s Center for Internet and Society (CIS) launched its new online resource named World Intermediary Liability Map, also known as WILMap. According to WILMap, its mission is to provide a way to inform the public on the frequently evolving regulation affecting freedom of expression and user rights worldwide.

The WILMaps provides information covering over 50 countries worldwide. CIS created the interactive map so that visitors can research and learn about intermediary liability regimes worldwide, and identify places where legal regimes balance- or fail to balance- regulatory goals with free expression and other civil liberties.

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Jessica Liu is a sophomore at Haverford College, where she is majoring in political science. At InsideCounsel, she reports on news for the Women, Influence,...

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