Yearbook Lawsuits: How Publicity Right Class Actions Got a Second Life Against Ancestry.com
Plaintiffs object to the use of their names and yearbook photos without permission to sell subscriptions to Ancestry’s database. A San Francisco judge shut down a class action brought under California’s publicity right law, but a Nevada judge disagreed and has let a parallel action move forward under Nevada’s publicity law.
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