Class Action Lawsuit Against Google For Ads On Parked Domains Turned Down
On Thursday, January 5th, U.S. District Judge Edward Davila turned down the class action suit brought against Google. He said he would not allow the suit because “it was more appropriate for companies who had bought the ads to show any alleged harm on an individual basis,” according to paidContent.
Here is the 25-page court document with the ruling:
We covered the suit back when it was first filed in July 2008.
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