Lawsuit in DC?

Jiri posts in my comments that there is a “just filed” lawsuit in the District of Columbia that covers both XCP and MediaMax. Anyone have a link?

Update: Thanks to Mike, who found the pointer to the DC lawsuit. It’s a private lawsuit, filed by Finkelstein, Thompson & Loughran on behalf of a DC resident, who is acting as a “private attorney general” under DC law on behalf of the general public. They are apparently still seeking people affected by the rootkit in DC.

4 Responses to “Lawsuit in DC?”

  1. Mike Says:

    Yeah, found it:

    “The latest development in the saga saw a lawsuit filed yesterday by legal firm Finkelstein, Thompson & Loughran for a resident of the District of Columbia on behalf of the general public of the capital.”

    http://www.scmagazine.com/uk/news/article/530902/private-dc-suit-filed-against-sony/

  2. Mike Says:

    The Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly is noting, just as Eliot Spitzer did, that many of the discs are still being sold to unsuspecting customers:

    http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2005/ma_sony.html

    Have Sony got a deathwish or something? You know, wake up and smell the coffee, Sony, get these things off the streets or expect more suits …

  3. Roly Roper Says:

    Finkelstein, Thompson & Loughran
    Web Site: http://www.ftllaw.com

    Still no reply from my local MP or the Privacy Commission. ;(

  4. Jiri Baum Says:

    Umm, sorry about that, should’ve put a URL in my original comment. Let’s see if I can do better this time:

    The just-filed Oklahoma lawsuit also addresses MediaMax.

    http://www.sonysuit.com/classactions/bahnmaier/

    :-)

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