On Monday, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Gonzalez v. Google LLC, 2 F.4th 871 (9th Cir. 2021) on the following question presented: “Does section 230(c)(1) immunize interactive computer services when they make targeted recommendations of information provided by another information content provider, or only limit the liability of interactive computer services when they
Alexandra (Ali) Cooper-Ponte’s practice focuses on regulatory, enforcement, litigation, and investigations matters involving emerging technologies and national security. She advises clients on compliance with surveillance, cybersecurity, and data privacy laws and on trust and safety issues.
Prior to re-joining the firm, she clerked for Judge José A. Cabranes, United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. She also worked on electronic surveillance and law enforcement access issues at a large technology company prior to law school.
Fifth Circuit Upholds Texas Law Restricting Online “Censorship”
By Terrell McSweeny, Megan Crowley, Nicholas Xenakis, Alexandra Cooper-Ponte & Madeline Salinas on September 28, 2022
On September 16, the Fifth Circuit issued its decision in NetChoice L.L.C. v. Paxton, upholding Texas HB 20, a law that limits the ability of large social media platforms to moderate content and imposes various disclosure…