Professors Daniel Lyons and Christopher Terry both specialize in telecommunications law and have extensive experience in practice before the Federal Communications Commission. They are united in their opposition to the National Telecommunications & Information Administration’s Petition requesting that this agency interpret Section 230. NTIA’s proposal offends fundamental First Amendment principles and offers an interpretation of Section 230 that is inconsistent with the statute’s language, legislative history, and interpretation by this agency and by courts.
Lyons, Daniel A. and Terry, Christopher. "TIn re Petition for Rulemaking to Clarify Provisions of Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934: Comments of Professors Christopher Terry and Daniel Lyons." Comments submitted to the Federal Communications Commission, Waashington, DC, Sep 10, 2020.