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  1. Numerous cases since Mainstream Loudoun have said (implicitly or explicitly) that 47 USC 230 precludes all relief, both damages and equitable, for the situations it immunizes. See, e.g., the Gentry and Noah cases. Thus, I don’t think this part of the Mainstream Loudoun holding is credible any more, unless it’s viewed as an exceptionalist branch of 230 jurisprudence when applied to state actors using filtering technology. Eric.

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