Ancestry.com Use of People’s Images Without Permission California Complaint

November 30, 2020

In general, companies aren’t allowed to use people’s likenesses without permission to promote their own products or services. The complaint for this class action alleges that Ancestry.com companies (including Ancestry.com, Inc, Ancestry.com, LLC, and Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.) permit access to its “US School Yearbooks, 1900 to 1999” database and the images and information in it to entice people to sign up for Ancestry.com subscriptions.

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