In the case In re OpenAI ChatGPT Litigation, California Magistrate Judge Robert M. Illman granted the plaintiffs’ request in part for social media username(s) of current and past employees and board members (but only if they have engaged in discussions on those accounts relevant to the case) and denied their request for information about individuals and entities who possess or have possessed stock or ownership interests in OpenAI greater than five percent, calling that request “a fishing expedition based on suspicion and assumption”.

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