Top executives of Prodigy Services Co. must decide how to respond when the public so that anti-Semitic messages are posted on the electronic bulletin boards of the company’s interactive computer service charged. Can they defend free expression, while at the same time opposing expressions of hatred and bigotry?

Top executives of Prodigy Services Co. must decide how to respond when the public so that anti-Semitic messages are posted on the electronic bulletin boards of the company’s interactive computer service charged. Can they defend free expression, while at the same time opposing expressions of hatred and bigotry?
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Lynn Sharp Paine,
Wilda L. White
Source: Harvard Business School
12 pages.
Release Date: 09 April 1993. Prod #: 393126-PDF-ENG
Prodigy Services Co. (A) HBR case solution