On April 29, Craigslist was successful in fighting off a motion to dismiss filed by three screenscraping sites (3Taps, Padmapper and Lovely) in its pending litigation in the Northern District of California. In Craigslist Inc. v. 3Taps Inc., No. CV 12-03816 (N.D. Cal.), Craigslist sued these sites, alleging that their scraping of Craigslist content violated the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (and the Act’s California analogue); the Copyright Act, and the Lanham Act, and constituted a trespass to chattels. Although not all of Craigslist’s claims survived the defendant’s motion to dismiss, its claims under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, some copyright claims, the reverse passing off claim, and the trespass claim did satisfy the required facial plausibility standard.