Spokeo Seeks Win In 9th Circ. After High Court Ruling

By Kat Sieniuc (July 13, 2016, 4:03 PM EDT) -- The presence of untrue information on a website by itself is not a material-enough harm as defined by the Supreme Court for a lawsuit to stand, Spokeo told the Ninth Circuit Monday.

Spokeo wants the panel to affirm the district court's dismissal of the case filed against it by Thomas Robins, arguing in a brief that "neither the statutory violations alleged here nor the factual allegations of the complaint demonstrate that Robins suffered the required concrete harm or faced a 'certainly impending' risk of harm."

The Supreme Court remanded Thomas Robins' suit against the Pasadena-based tech company — claiming Spokeo unlawfully...

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