A federal district court in Virginia has rejected a disgruntled Virginia homeowner’s lawsuit against WhitePages, a website provider that published an incorrect listing of his home telephone number as that of Comcast Virginia, leading to thousands of unwanted phone calls. The court, in Nasser v. WhitePages, Inc., ruled that the company was immune from suit under Section 230(c)(1) of the Communications Decency Act (CDA). WhitePages, the largest provider of contact information in the United States, had purchased the incorrect information from Verizon Virginia. Therefore, the court ruled, Verizon, not WhitePages, was the “information content provider,” and WhitePages could not be held liable. This expansive interpretation of the CDA should please websites that buy or license their content from others.