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Jury Rejects Actress’s Claim Against IMDb for Printing Her Age

A jury in Seattle refused to award any money to a little-known actress claiming she lost work as a result Internet Movie Database (IMDb) printing her real age, according to the Associated Press.

IMDb is an online, searchable, entertainment-information website.

Junie Hoang, a 41-year-old actress, claimed IMDb breached its contract with her by misusing the account information she provided in violation of its privacy policy. Lawyers for the online database argued that Hoang couldn't prove she lost any money or roles because of IMDb’s decision to print her real age, and even if she could, she couldn't prove it was IMDb's fault. The jury apparently agreed.

Read the full article from the Associated Press here.

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