SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge has refused for a second time to knock out a lawsuit claiming LinkedIn improperly used members’ names and likenesses to pepper their contacts with repeated invitations to join the professional networking site.

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California on Thursday denied LinkedIn’s arguments that its actions were protected by the Communications Decency Act and the First Amendment.

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