I recently came across this guide from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) on how to protect yourself as the administrator of a website that accepts user-generated content and makes it publicly available on the internet. The context for me was that I was starting a Mastodon server and wanted to make sure that I was complying with Section 230 of the DMCA so that I would get its protection against liability for copyright violations on the Mastodon server, at least in the US.
But I realized that this is also relevant for websites built with Softr. There are lots of features in Softr that enable your users to publish copyrighted content publicly on your site.
Has anyone else done this?