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Direct Revenue filed to dismiss the New York AG’s lawsuit a while back, but I’m not sure many have seen the document: 

Direct Revenue claims that the New York Attorney General’s lawsuit is over “historic” practices that were “commonplace” at the time, and “utilized by such well-known companies as Google and Ask Jeeves”. Direct Revenue explains that it advertises on behalf of “mainstream companies like JPMorgan Chase, Priceline, and United Airlines.”

More here (and you can view the motion itself here at CollinsLaw).

This one is funny:


So it was free, it was ok? And consumers “affirmately desired to obtain” this software? And they received the software and ads “as promised”?  Lollers!!!!

Of course, they are trying to argue a technicality.  We’ll just have to see what happens.


Alex Eckelberry