MOM CAN'T BLAME WEBSITE FOR ESTRANGED DAD'S FRAUDULENT FUNDRAISER FOR ‘SICK’ SON GiveForward Inc. v. Hodges | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

MOM CAN'T BLAME WEBSITE FOR ESTRANGED DAD'S FRAUDULENT FUNDRAISER FOR ‘SICK’ SON GiveForward Inc. v. Hodges | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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MOM CAN'T BLAME WEBSITE FOR ESTRANGED DAD'S FRAUDULENT FUNDRAISER FOR ‘SICK’ SON GiveForward Inc. v. Hodges

33 No. 6 WJCOMPI 2By Melissa J. Sachs, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Computer and Internet (Approx. 4 pages)

MOM CAN'T BLAME WEBSITE FOR ESTRANGED DAD'S FRAUDULENT FUNDRAISER FOR ‘SICK’ SON GiveForward Inc. v. Hodges

33 No. 6 WJCOMPI 2By Melissa J. Sachs, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Computer and Internet (Approx. 4 pages)

33 No. 6 Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet 2
Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet
*1 August 28, 2015
Online Fundraising
By Melissa J. Sachs, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw Journals
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MOM CAN'T BLAME WEBSITE FOR ESTRANGED DAD'S FRAUDULENT FUNDRAISER FOR ‘SICK’ SON

GiveForward Inc. v. Hodges

A woman cannot hold a fundraising website liable for a fraudulent online campaign engineered by her son's estranged father, who sought donations for a heart condition the 8-year-old did not have, a Maryland federal judge has ruled.
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