Usually when companies litigate a breach-of-contract suit, the sore point revolves around money. But a case filed in Dallas indicates that a different form of currency is much more coveted in the Internet era: user lists., a company that produces educational videos, filed suit against Yahoo Inc. and on Dec. 20 alleging they backed out of a deal to provide’s customer user information in exchange for permission to post’s educational videos on

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