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Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan is suing a company she claims is using her name to sellpornographic pictures over the Internet. In a lawsuit filed on July 15 in Boston, Ms. Kerrigan alleged that FSX Network Communications Corp., of New York, inserted her name into a text page in an effort to get search engines to point to the site whenever a computer user requests information on Ms. Kerrigan. The text page links to three pages where sexually explicit pictures are for sale. The suit seeks to have Ms. Kerrigan’s name removed from the site and unspecified damages. In September, Ms. Kerrigan settled a lawsuit against a California company that she accused of displaying false pornographic pictures of her on the Internet.

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