Couple sues tech firm 'MaxMind' after IP address glitchMark Melin
Following a multi-year ordeal where various Internet Protocol address were linked to their home address, and mistakenly affiliated with numerous crimes, James and Threasa Arnold have had enough. The couple from the rural town of Potwin, Kansas are now suing for damages. The suit against MaxMind, a company that geo-targets and has built a database IP addresses and their physical locations, comes after years of police knocking on their door with search warrants at all hours of the night and people who were fraudulently abused on the . . .
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