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Ancestry.com Use of Photos for Advertising Without Consent Indiana Complaint

February 22, 2022

Ancestry.com, Inc. and two related companies sell subscriptions for access to the Ancestry.com website, and the complaint for this class action alleges that, to promote its subscriptions, it uses the names and personalities of unrelated persons, without their consent. The complaint claims that this is a violation of an Indiana Right of Publicity law that forbids the misappropriation of other people’s names and likenesses.

Case Event File: Ancestry.com Use of Photos for Advertising Without Consent Indiana Complaint

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