Venkat Balasubramani and Eric Goldman comment on Maremont v Susan Fredman Design:
We’ve blogged about the dispute between Maremont and Susan Fredman Design Group before. Maremont was employed as SFDG’s social media consultant, and when she was injured in a severe accident, SFDG allegedly continued to access (1) a Twitter account registered to Maremont’s name but allegedly used to the benefit of SFDG, and (2) a personal Facebook account that had administrative privileges to SFDG’s business account. The lawsuit was previously whittled down; this time around, the court gets rid of the Lanham Act claim, but sends the Stored Communications Act claim to trial.
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