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Virtual Objects

A federal court in California dismissed the operator of a home-design website’s lawsuit accusing Facebook and Princeton University of swiping its catalog of digitized objects and scenes, finding the company did not provide evidence showing that any “duty to maintain secrecy existed” or that the defendants breached such a duty.

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal court in California dismissed the operator of a home-design website’s lawsuit accusing Facebook and Princeton University of swiping its catalog of digitized objects and scenes, finding the company did not provide evidence showing that any “duty to maintain secrecy existed” or that the defendants breached such a duty.

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