West World Media, LLC v. Ikamobile Ltd., No. 11-CV-00169, 2011 BL 209561 (D. Conn. Aug. 12, 2011) The U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut held that the Connecticut long-arm statute did not provide a basis for exercising personal jurisdiction over nonresident companies that allegedly misappropriated movie show time data by "scraping" the information from a Connecticut-based company's website.
Plaintiff's Database and Website
Jurisdictional Analysis as a Two-Step Inquiry
Solicitation of Connecticut Customers as Basis for Long-Arm Jurisdiction
Soliciting In-State Users in Order to Attract Advertisers Is Not Solicitation of Business
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