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Mapping Online Intermediary LiabilityGiancarlo Frosio Who are Internet Intermediaries?Graeme Dinwoodie A Theoretical Taxonomy of Intermediary LiabilityJaani Riordan Remedies First, Liability Second: Or Why We Fail to Agree on Optimal Design of Intermediary LiabilityMartin Husovec Empirical Approaches to Intermediary LiabilityKristofer Erickson and Martin Kretschmer The Civic Role of OSPs in Mature Information SocietiesMariarosaria Taddeo Intermediary Liability and Fundamental RightsChristophe Geiger, Giancarlo Frosio, and Elena Izyumenko An Overview of the United States’ Section 230 Internet ImmunityEric Goldman The Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Internet Intermediary Liability in Latin AmericaJuan Carlos Lara Gálvez and Alan M. Sears The Marco Civil da Internet and Digital ConstitutionalismLuiz Fernando Marrey Moncau and Diego Werneck Arguelhes Intermediary Liability in Africa: Looking Back, Moving Forward?Nicolo Zingales The Liability of Australian Online IntermediariesKylie Pappalardo and Nicolas Suzor From Liability Trap to the World’s Safest Harbour: Lessons from China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, and MalaysiaKyung-Sin Park China’s IP Regulation and Omniscient Intermediaries: Oscillating from Safe Harbour to LiabilityDanny Friedmann A New Liability Regime for Illegal Content in the Digital Single Market StrategyMaria Lillà Montagnani Harmonizing Intermediary Copyright Liability in the EU: A SummaryChristina Angelopoulos The Direct Liability of IntermediariesEleonora Rosati Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability and User-Generated Content in the United StatesJack Lerner Intermediary Liability and Online Trade Mark Infringement: Emerging International Common ApproachesFrederick Mostert Intermediary Liability and Trade Mark Infringement: Proliferation of Filter Obligations in Civil Law Jurisdictions?Martin Senftleben Intermediary Liability and Trade Mark Infringement: A Common Law PerspectiveRichard Arnold Digital Markets, Rules of Conduct, and Liability of Online Intermediaries—Analysis of Two Case Studies: Unfair Commercial Practices and Trade Secrets InfringementReto M. Hilty and Valentina Moscon Notice-and-Notice-Plus: A Canadian Perspective Beyond the Liability and Immunity DivideEmily Laidlaw Free Expression and Internet Intermediaries: The Changing Geometry of European RegulationTarlach McGonagle The Right to Be Forgotten in the European UnionMiquel Peguera Right to be … Forgotten? Trends in Latin America after the Belén Rodriguez Case and the Impact of the New European RulesEduardo Bertoni From ‘Notice and Takedown’ to ‘Notice and Stay Down’: Risks and Safeguards for Freedom of ExpressionAleksandra Kuczerawy Monitoring and Filtering: European Reform or Global Trend?Giancarlo Frosio and Sunimal Mendis Blocking Orders: Assessing Tensions with Human RightsChristophe Geiger and Elena Izyumenko Administrative Enforcement of Copyright Infringement in EuropeAlessandro Cogo and Marco Ricolfi Accountability and Responsibility of Online IntermediariesGiancarlo Frosio and Martin Husovec Addressing Infringement: Developments in Content Regulation in the US and the DNSAnnemarie Bridy Intermediary Liability in Russia and the Role of Private Business in the Enforcement of State Controls over the InternetSergei Hovyadinov Guarding the Guardians: Content Moderation by Online Intermediaries and the Rule of LawNiva Elkin-Koren and Maayan Perel Algorithmic Accountability: Towards Accountable SystemsBen Wagner Internet Jurisdiction and Intermediary LiabilityDan Jerker B. Svantesson The Equustek Effect: A Canadian Perspective on Global Takedown Orders in the Age of the InternetMichael Geist Jurisdiction on the Internet: From Legal Arms Race to Transnational CooperationBertrand de La Chapelle and Paul Fehlinger