Craigslist Submits $2.1M Judgment Deal In Site Scraping Suit

By Beth Winegarner (April 2, 2015, 8:22 PM EDT) -- Craigslist Inc. urged a California federal court Wednesday to approve a $2.1 million stipulation with Discover Home Network Inc. in a lawsuit accusing Discover, 3Taps Inc. and others of copyright violations, cybercrime and spamming, a judgment that would also permanently bar Discover from scraping and displaying Craigslist content.

Craigslist and Discover said in a stipulation that they had agreed to the injunction, which would forbid Discover from using Craigslist content in its application designed to help prospective buyers find new homes online. Discover, which does business as Lovely, also agreed to pay a final judgment of $2.1 million, ending Craigslist's claims...

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