New Amicus Briefs in Roommates.com Case

Professor Eric Goldman continues to stay on top of the Roommates.com case with a new post at his Technology & Marketing Law Blog linking to some amicus briefs filed in connection with the en banc rehearing.

If you’re not familiar with this case about whether the immunity provision of the Communications Decency Act protects an online roommate locating service from liability for discriminatory roommate advertisements — as well as the issue of whether one’s right to free intimate association precludes liability for discrimination in advertising for and selecting a roommate — check out my prior posts on the occasions of last May’s panel decision and last month’s order granting rehearing en banc.