"What is surprising and so hard about this case is that the people using this service are youth groups, research consortiums -- people who are not big enough to host it on their own. We are talking small non-profit organizations -- pretty vulnerable groups."
-- Marina Len, the attorney representing the 1,600-member Montclair Soccer Club, which filed suit against online registration firm Count Me In in U.S. District Court in Seattle, alleging that the club is owed $142,000 for past donations and registration fees handled by Count Me In. Other sports and non-sports organizations have since come forward, claiming that are owed money. (TechFlash)