Doe II, et al. v. Myspace, Inc., et al.

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Minor females (through their parents or guardians) brought suit against Myspace based on claims of negligence, gross negligence, and strict product liability alleging that they were sexually assaulted by men they met on Myspace. The Court of Appeal, Second District, held that Myspace had immunity under the Communications Decency Act, and that Myspace was not an "information content provider."

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 9th Circuit, California | United States


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