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CCBill is an Internet billing service. Established in 1998, the company provides third-party billing, or turn-key solutions, for e-Merchants requiring payments by way of credit card, debit card, or e-check, European Debit/Direct Pay, and SEPA payment. In 2001 The Register reported on alleged insecurities.
In 2006, CCBill was sued in United States District Court in California by men's magazine Perfect 10 for "violat[ing] copyright, trademark, and state unfair competition, false advertising and right of publicity laws by providing services to websites that posted images stolen from Perfect 10's magazine and website". CCBill won this lawsuit in support of existing DMCA regulations.
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