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    Mobile social networking service Path has lost its bid to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of violating a federal consumer protection law. Path is among the numerous Web companies to face recent lawsuits for allegedly violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which prohibits the use of automated dialers to send SMS messages to people without their consent.
  • New Ruling On NYC Rentals Marks Partial Victory For Airbnb
    In a partial victory for Airbnb, a New York City agency has vacated a $2,400 fine imposed on East Village resident Nigel Warren, who rented his room in a condo to a tourist. But the ruling itself is extremely narrow, and won't necessarily help Airbnb in other cases.
  • NAD: Qualcomm Campaign Over, Sponsored Articles Can Run Without Sponsor Tag
    In its first case involving native advertising, the Better Business Bureau's National Advertising Division has cleared Qualcomm for its role in sponsoring a high-profile campaign that ran on Mashable.
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