CONTRACTUAL CLAIMS AGAINST SOCIAL WEBSITES FOR UNINTENTIONALLY CONNECTING USERS WITH UNDERAGE FEMALESIn Doe v. SexSearch.com, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that using a sex encounter Website, which already prohibits minors from using the Website services, does not remove the user’s responsibility to verify the other party's age.
The following questions have been addressed in this article:What did the plaintiff claim?
What other claims did Doe make against SexSearch?
Did the sex-matching website fail on warning Doe of the fact that he might meet potential minors?
What was the basis for the decision in the district court?