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Lawsuit Plaintiffs

  1. Court Rules Yelp May Demand Money for Adding and Removing Reviews

    Cats and Dogs sued the company along with a few other plaintiffs. It is not unlawful for Yelp to post and sequence reviews," Berzon wrote, adding that plaintiffs are still free to contend harm. Legal writer Eric Goldman thinks there is still hope...

  2. Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit, Buys Facial Recognition Company

    District Judge Lucy Koh said the plaintiffs had shown economic injury could occur through Facebook's use of their names, photographs, and likenesses. Facebook has been ordered to pay $10 million to charity to settle a lawsuit over Sponsored Stories.

  3. Google to Viacom: Don't Turn YouTube into SueTube

    To the contrary, the availability on the YouTube site of a vast library of the copyrighted works of plaintiffs and others is the cornerstone of defendants' business plan," Viacom said. They didn't discuss copyright infringement or Viacom's $1...

  4. Blind Person Suing Target For No Alt Tags

    According to the ruling, plaintiffs -- including the National Federation of the Blind -- claim violates federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination against the disabled," Rueters stated.

  5. KinderStart Becomes KinderStopped In Ranking Lawsuit Against Google

    If plaintiffs show Google manually tampered with even a single Web site's KinderStart now apparently hopes it can enlist other PR0 sites to file a class action lawsuit against Google (info is supposed to be here, but site is currently down).

  6. Advertiser Files Complaint To Block Google Click Fraud Settlement

    Of the $90 million proposed settlement, $30 million will go to plaintiffs' attorneys. Only a fraction of the remaining $60 million will be distributed to Google advertisers, says Dylan Pollard, a Los Angeles-based plaintiffs' click fraud...

  7. More On Click Fraud, The Lawsuit & The Need For Third Party Auditors

    Meanwhile, the AP in Internet giants sued over click fraud has a few more details about the case, including that two initial plaintiffs have dropped out and that a move to try it in the US federal court system has been requested.