The dating website Metrosplash.com, Inc., was sued for a third-party's objectionable response to an online questionnaire.
After improper videos of college athletes were sold online, the athletes decided to sue the site's web host, GTE.
Social networking site MySpace was sued for negligence for failing to implement safety measures that would prevent minors from lying about their age.
The adult dating site SexSearch.com was sued for inadequately monitoring, screening, and deleting content after hosting the profile of a minor.
Plaintiff sued America Online (AOL) after two other AOL users sent him defamatory messages and a virus-like "punter" program through an AOL chat room
A man marketed child pornography videos over AOL chat rooms, so the plaintiffs sued AOL.
An author sued Google because the company archived defamatory messages posted about him on a third-party website and displayed "an authorized biography of Plaintiff" when his name was searched.