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Nevertheless, they are able to profit from charging consumers for the platform on which their content is delivered.Herbert Hovenkamp, an antitrust expert at the University of Pennsylvania, noted the discrepancy in the Justice Department's longstanding rules for companies that want to acquire content versus those that create content: "If AT&T had created HBO internally, there would be no way to prevent that because we don't have antitrust rules for that," he said."Much of our work is about finding the cracks and holes in [Section] 230," said Goldberg, who is known for taking on sexual privacy and revenge porn cases.
At a press conference about the lawsuit on Monday, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson noted that "massive, large scale internet companies" like Amazon, Netflix, Facebook and Google are already creating original content and distributing it directly to the consumer.
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In some instances, they are told not to be dissuaded if Herrick is resistant at first, "as part of an agreed upon rape fantasy or role play." The case raises important questions in the social media age about impersonation, stalking and harassment.
"Netflix, they distribute their content to over 100 million customers.
Amazon distributes its content to its Prime members... Google and Facebook: They reach and distribute content to literally billions of customers," Stephenson said.