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An interactive website sufficient to create personal jurisdiction over a defendant if the website's functions demonstrate that the defendant clearly does business over the internet. See id.; see also Rainy Day Books, Inc. v. Rainy Day Books & Café, 186 F.Supp.2d 1158 (D.Kan.2002) (finding personal jurisdiction based on a highly interactive website that, inter alia, allowed viewers to subscribe to a mailing list, purchase books online through a virtual store, and search for particular products, and sent emails to purchasers to confirm purchases and shipments); Nutraceutical Corp. v. Vitacost.com, Inc., 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 33762 (D.Utah May 25, 2006) (finding personal jurisdiction based on a highly interactive website that allowed viewers to search for, purchase, and pay by credit card for products).

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