Jan 072022
 
 January 7, 2022  Posted by  Business, Court, Online

Eric Goldman writes:

Plaintiffs sued MyLife for selling background reports about them and furnishing “public reputation scores.” MyLife aggregates its data from third-party sources, but the plaintiffs “seek to hold Defendant liable for packaging and re-publishing this information on its website without their permission.”

Article III Standing. The plaintiffs have standing because “both Plaintiffs have pleaded a concrete harm under a disclosure theory, as they allege that MyLife disseminated private and/or inaccurate information about them to third parties through their website.”

Section 230. The case fails due to Section 230.

Read Goldman’s explanation as to why at Technology & Marketing Law Blog.

Case citationDennis v. MyLife.com, Inc., 2021 WL 6049830 (D.N.J. Dec. 20, 2021)

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