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Earlier this week, Craigslist announced plans to eliminate its erotic services category, creating a new “adult services” category in its place. This announcement came just a month after the killing of a masseuse who advertised on Craigslist.
Craigslist plans to pre-screen the ads that are posted to its new adult services [...]Continue Reading →
Craigslist is once again in the news for enabling illegal activity. Above the Law, known for terrifying the legal community with the latest layoff numbers, recently reported on a “law student” who published a Craigslist ad of questionable legality with even more questionable “legal disclaimers.” Additionally, Cook [...]Continue Reading →
On June 26, 2008 By JETLaw June 26, 2008
In April 2008, the internet auction site eBay filed a stockholder lawsuit against Craigslist, the online classified site. The complaint alleges that Craigslist directors and controlling shareholders, Craig Newmark and James Buckmaster, breached their fiduciary duties by unfairly entering into self-dealing [...]Continue Reading →
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