UPDATE: in a cowardish move (so it seems to me), Jim Buckmaster "moderated" against my comment (didn't fit the party line, I guess..) D.
Twitter: EFF continues to defend obsolete legal rationale: the internet is way past its infancy -way overdue for an update! http://tinyurl.com/ponfkl
re: "If site operators were forced to screen all third party contributions under risk of civil or criminal penalty, the Internet would lose many of the vibrant services that have made it so dynamic."
EFF continues to defend obsolete legal rationale: that protection was given when the internet was in its infancy -- way overdue for an update! (sites should be required to spend a reasonable amount on preventive measures *given their profits* -- craigslist appears to insist on maintaining huge profits and extremely low expenses no matter what ...)