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Geo Cities sold personal information to third parties who used the information for purposes other than those for which members gave permission.
It was ordered that Geo Cities would not make any misrepresentation, in any manner about its collection or use of personal identifying information, including what information will be disclosed to third parties.
For instance, German Web host Jimdo started the "Lifeboat for Geo Cities" service to encourage Geo Cities users to put their Web sites on Jimdo.
Many of the pages formerly hosted by Geo Cities remained accessible, but could not be updated, until 2014.
Many sites were automatically duplicated from Geo Cities to many months after the closure of Geo Cities.
On July 5, 1995 Geo Cities added additional cities, including "Capitol Hill," "Paris," "Silicon Valley," and "Tokyo." By December 1995, the company, which now had a total of 14 neighborhoods, was signing up thousands of Homesteaders a day and getting over six million monthly page views.Geo Cities never enforced neighborhood specific content; for example, a "Hollywood" homesteader could be nothing but a college student's home page, which would be more appropriate for another neighborhood.The company decided to focus on building membership and community, and on December 15, 1995, BHI became known as Geo Cities after having also been called Geopages. , invested extensively in Geo Cities and, with the introduction of paid premium services, the site continued to grow.The neighborhoods included "Colosseum," "Hollywood," "Rodeo Drive," "Sunset Strip," "Wall Street," and "West Hollywood".In mid-1995, the company decided to offer users (thereafter known as "Homesteaders") the ability to develop free home pages within those neighborhoods.