• The Connecting Directors site has a story about  a class action lawsuit ruled against Afterlife Network Inc. for “obituary piracy.” The $20 million ruling goes against the Canadian obituary website accused of posting the obits and images of deceased individuals without the permission of families with the intention to sell paid advertisements.

    “Anybody else in the future who copies an obituary and puts it on a website ought to expect that a claim could be brought against them,” warned Erin Best, the civil litigator based in St. John’s, N.L who took on the Afterlife case.

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