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TweetIn a Sept. 25 order denying a social media aggregator firm’s motion to reconsider a 2012 ruling that found it guilty of spam and computer fraud violations against Facebook Inc., a California federal judge also determined that the company’s CEO “authorized and directed” the illegal activities, making him personally liable under the statutes (Facebook Inc. […]

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TweetA New York court recently confirmed a referee’s report which recommended that a plaintiff be awarded approximately $4 million in out-of-pocket losses from the rock star Prince and another defendant (the “Prince Defendants”).  The confirmation of the referee’s report came after the court granted the motion for a default judgment of plaintiff, Revelations Perfume and […]

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