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CDA

Abbreviation for Certified Dental Assistant.

CDA

Abbreviation for:
Caldicott (Guardian) Delegated Authority (Medspeak-UK)
Canadian Dental Association
Canadian Dermatology Association
cellulose diacetate
Certified Dental Assistant
chenodeoxycholic acid
chlorodeoxyadenosine
ciliary dyskinesia activity
Clinical Document Architecture (Medspeak-UK)
Communicative Disorders Assistant
complement-dependent antibody
computer diagnostic assistant
congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia
cytidine deaminase

CDA

Abbreviation for Canadian Dental Association.
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After Erie appealed, the Appeals Court concluded that although in this case, Amazon is not immune under the Communications Decency Act, the District Court was correct in ruling that Amazon was not the seller of the headlamp and does not have liability under Maryland law for products liability claims due to the product's defective condition.
It was, in fact, written to encourage them to police obscenity, which is why it's called the Communications Decency Act.
The Communications Decency Act was passed in 1996 as the internet started to accelerate as a global communication and information platform.
Aimco Spokesperson Cindy Lempke states: "We are pleased that for a second time, the Court has allowed Aimco's case to proceed and refused to adopt Airbnb's premise that its conduct is protected by the Communications Decency Act. Although the Court found that the high bar of a preliminary injunction was not met at this time, the Court correctly emphasized Aimco's right to seek compensatory damages resulting from the costs of increased security, eviction proceedings, destruction of property, and diminution of property values caused by Airbnb's unlawful short-term rental activities.
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act effectively freed sites of the responsibility of regulating speech on their platforms.
Leary reviews how courts distorted the Communications Decency Act so as to grant immunity to websites that advertise sex-trafficking victims.
In its publicly available response filed March 1, Facebook claimed the application violates the Stored Communications Act - which protects personal information - and the Communications Decency Act, which gives Facebook immunity for comments made by third parties on its platform.
Airbnb argued that it was protected by the Communications Decency Act, which is a 1996 law that shields online service providers from liability for the content users post, according to Bloomberg's Edvard Pettersson.
Backpage's attorneys contend they are immune from prosecution under the Communications Decency Act, a statute signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1996.
The Communications Decency Act protects online platforms from being held responsible for what users post.
Communications Decency Act ("CDA"), one of the most

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