Yay! Anti-Spyware Vendor protected by 47 USC 230(c)(2) - Zango v Kaspersky
"The court says, clearly and unambiguously, that anti-spyware vendors' labeling judgments are completely protected by 47 USC 230(c)(2), a statute designed to protect online filtering judgments. In support of this conclusion, the court says that:
1) Kaspersky qualifies as an interactive computer service provider (specifically, as an access software provider)
2) The labeled software does not have to be actually "objectionable;" the vendor qualifies for protection so long as it subjectively considers the software objectionable.
3) There is no "good faith" standard in the statute for the vendor's decision to consider software objectionable."