An actress has sued Amazon.com for more than $1million after her age was posted on its Internet Movie Database. The actress says the website misused her legal date of birth after she signed up to the IMDbPro service in 2008. She says revealing her age on the site will lose her acting opportunities. Amazon and its movie database subsidiary are accused of breach of contract, fraud, violation of privacy and consumer protection laws – BBC News.
Is telling the truth a breach of contract?
I am honoured to have to opportunity to take part in the International Conference ‘The Role of the European Parliament in the Conclusion and Implementation…
The second day of the Second International Conference ‘Consumer Policy in China: New Trends and Challenges’ is underway. Professor Vai Io Lo, from Bond University…
Brilliant kick-off to the Second International Conference ‘Consumer Policy in China: New Trends and Challenges’ with Professor Geraint Howells’ keynote speech.
This Friday I will be participating in the ‘Australasian Consumer Law Roundtable 2016’, hosted by the University of Auckland Business School, in beautiful Auckland, New Zealand.…