Mr. Blavin is a highly regarded authority on online intermediary liability, cybersecurity, and privacy law, and has achieved a number of significant judicial victories in recent years. Clients including Facebook, Square, Snap and Airbnb frequently turn to Mr. Blavin for guidance on untangling their most daunting legal challenges in the digital economy on matter related to the Communications Decency Act, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and other laws.
In particular, the Daily Journal highlighted Mr. Blavin’s successful defense of Facebook in its efforts to turn away foreign disinformation campaigns. Mr. Blavin represented Facebook this year in obtaining dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a Russian “news” agency after Facebook removed the agency’s content from its platform following its alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. elections. Mr. Blavin also recently achieved denial of one group’s bid for a temporary restraining order against Facebook's placement of a "Russia state-controlled media entity" label on its Facebook pages.
Read Mr. Blavin’s full interview with the Daily Journal here.
Jonathan Blavin is a partner at Munger, Tolles & Olson whose practice focuses on Internet and privacy-related litigation.