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Unformatted text preview: 8. Tortious interference with business relations involves the defendant harming an existing contract or a prospective relationship that has a definite expectation of success. 9. The related torts of privacy and publicity involve unreasonable intrusion into someones private life and unfair commercial exploitation by using someones name, likeness, or voice without permission. 10. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act prohibits the unauthorized interception or disclosure of wire and electronic communications, and the Stored Communications Act bars unauthorized access to a facility through which an electronic service is provided. 11. The Lanham Act prohibits false statements in commercial advertising or promotion....
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course BUS 138 taught by Professor Jeffbrozz during the Spring '11 term at Long Beach City College.
- Spring '11