freedom from liability

See: exemption
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Covenants not to execute are different from releases, as the legal liability remains in force against those who have covenants, whereas a release represents "total freedom from liability.
Useful strategies for ensuring freedom from liability, even if patrons do violate copyright, are presented here, including Section 512 Safe Harbor, which provides immunity to "service providers.
But, Baker speculates, if broadcasters were to be allowed to censor political ads on the basis of the truth of their content, and at the same time their freedom from liability were to be removed, "because political speech in this day and age is so acrimonious, the chill on speech might be enormous, because broadcasters who are unable to figure out the truth and falsity in an ad would be chilled into not airing it.

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