A user of Yahoo's online dating services sued after he discovered that the company generated false profiles and sent users now-defunct profiles in order to entice them to re-subscribe.
When Yahoo! failed to take down a false profile of the plaintiff even after an employee assured her that it would be removed, the plaintiff sued Yahoo! claiming that it had acted negligently and broken a binding promise to remove the material.
In an important decision, the distributor of an electronic newsletter was a publisher for the purposes of CDA § 230 when he forwarded a third party's email to the newsletter list serve with only minor edits.
Roommates.com required users to choose among a set of answers to questions about preferences that allegedly violated anti-discrimination laws.
Goddard sued Google for displaying third-party ads that led to allegedly fraudulent mobile subscription services.
Google suggested "styrotrim," a trademark of Plaintiff, as a keyword to people bidding via adwords.
The plaintiff in this case sued two web service providers for hosting third-party sites that displayed images stolen from the plaintiff.