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His lawyers said in court filings viewed by the BBC that the sharing of profile information between the niche sites gave off the false impression that their client was something – quite a few somethings – that he in fact was not: Plaintiff is...

not black, gay, Christian or HIV positive and was unaware that defendant was creating websites that focused on such traits that would include his profile, thus indicating that he was all of these things and more.

Last week, a jury in Santa Clara County Superior Court in California agreed with John Doe, finding that Successful Match was guilty of “fraud, malice and oppression”.

The court ruled that Successful Match, a Californian firm, had broken local consumer laws and sentenced the firm to pay .5 million (about £10,338,151) in compensatory and punitive damages.

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