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Sex.com set a record when it was sold for $13 million last year.
Facebook stalkers can now be automatically notified when a person breaks up with his or her significant other.
Foursquare is closing in on 7 million users.
eBay's venue selection clause is still enforceable.
The next great tech wave is mobile apps.
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Posted by Jonathan Frieden at 09:38 AM in E-Commerce Law Briefs, Internet Contracts, Social Networking | Permalink
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