Our hopes for a court’s intervention in the #adpocaylpse were dashed when the Judge in the ZombieGoBoom case dismissed the entire matter after considering both parties’ positions.
The Judge said that the YouTube Terms of Service are clear and unambiguous. Ambiguity or worse would be required to find that the Terms are either unconscionable or in breach of the implied covenant of good faith.
Let’s read the judge’s Opinion and see why.
Judge’s Decision: [pdf-embedder url=”http://lawfulmasses.com/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2018/03/Motion-to-Dismiss-GRANTED.pdf” title=”Motion to Dismiss GRANTED”]
First Amended Complaint: [pdf-embedder url=”http://lawfulmasses.com/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2018/03/First-Amended-Complaint.pdf” title=”First Amended Complaint”]
YouTube’s Motion to Dismiss: [pdf-embedder url=”http://lawfulmasses.com/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2018/03/Motion-to-Dismiss.pdf” title=”Motion to Dismiss”]
ZombieGoBoom’s Opposition to the Motion to Dismiss: [pdf-embedder url=”http://lawfulmasses.com/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2018/03/Opposition-to-Motion-to-Dismiss.pdf” title=”Opposition to Motion to Dismiss”]