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May 11, 2010


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The question is: what is the remedy the law provides for these breaches? It seems to me off the top of my head that the judge you wrote about is not very likely going to be able to recovery anything based on a breach of contract claim against the site that disclosed her identity in violation of its EULA. How could the site foresee that kind of damage flowing from its breach?

But you suggest the site was also likely in breach of "several privacy-protecting laws." Which ones? And do they provide remedies to private parties?

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