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This Article addresses a critical but underexplored aspect of content moderation: if a user's online content or actions violate an Internet service's rules, what should happen next? The longstanding expectation is that Internet services should remove violative content or accounts from their services as quickly as possible, and many laws mandate that result. However, Internet services have a wide range of other options—what I call "remedies"—they can use to redress content or accounts thatdoi:10.36645/mtlr.28.1.content fatcat:ploqm52es5hklfcd4m7tajiywa