Ferguson v. Friendfinder, Inc., Case No. A092653


The California Court of Appeal for the First District has ruled that California's spam statute is constitutional and valid. This means that from now on, spammers must comply with its requirements or face legal liability and/or criminal punishment. Read the decision by clicking here.

The California Supreme Court has refused to review the decision.

Here are some of the documents filed in the case:

Appellant's Answer to the Petition for Review

Respondents' Petition for Review (From the web site of Ira Rothken, attorney of record for Respondent Friendfinders, Inc.)

Appellant's Reply Brief

Respondent's Brief (From the web site of Ira Rothken, attorney of record for Respondent Friendfinders, Inc.)

Appellant's Opening Brief

Court's Ruling


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