Here's three reasons from IMDb why the woman who is suing the company must come forward and reveal herself.
December 6 – The Hollywood Reporter
By Eriq Gardner
Ever since an anonymous actress decided to sue the Internet Movie Database for allegedly using her credit information to post her age, the lawsuit has engendered great discussion. Last week, the general counsel for the Screen Actors Guild stood up for the woman's right to pursue her lawsuit in anonymity, filing a declaration in Washington federal court that stated that the woman's fears of being pigeon-holed as an "over 40" actress and blacklisted for being a "complainer" were legitimate.
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