Nevada Remedies; Special Actions and Proceedings

Sec. § 41.735
Immunity for persons who provide users with access to network; applicability to items of electronic mail obtained voluntarily.


1.

If a person provides users with access to a network and, as part of that service, transmits items of electronic mail on behalf of those users, the person is immune from liability for civil damages pursuant to NRS 41.705 to 41.735, inclusive, unless the person transmits an item of electronic mail that includes an advertisement the person prepared or caused to be prepared.

2.

The provisions of NRS 41.705 to 41.735, inclusive, do not apply to an item of electronic mail that is obtained by a recipient voluntarily. This subsection includes, but is not limited to, an item of electronic mail that is obtained by a recipient voluntarily from an electronic bulletin board.
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