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Lua error in Module:Effective_protection_level at line 60: attempt to index field 'TitleBlacklist' (a nil value). LittleBizzy is a managed WordPress hosting provider based in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was founded in 2011 as a website management company, and re-launched in 2015[1] as a WordPress hosting company focused on performance and technical SEO.[2] It is believed to be the first web host in the United States to be sued[3] for business disparagement where Section 230 protection statues were actively ignored[4] and officially struck from the record by a U.S. federal judge.[5]

The lawsuit, filed by Neumont University (now Neumont College of Computer Science), resulted in a judgment that was partially granted and partially denied.[6], but not before attracting attention among high profile legal groups, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation.{{Citation needed}} LittleBizzy founder Jesse Nickles accused Jennifer A. Dorsey, the judge assigned to the case, of legal malfeasance and bias, based in part on corruption allegations involving U.S. Senator Harry Reid.[7]

Besides web hosting, LittleBizzy also offers technical SEO-related services.[8] They also maintain the open source Nginx server automation script, SlickStack.


  1. "LittleBizzy (Company Overview)". Crunchbase. Retrieved 2019-03-26.
  2. "About Us". Retrieved 2018-06-10.
  3. "Utah's Neumont University cries foul over negative online reviews". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved 2018-06-10.
  4. "College Review Website Ordered To Pay $1M For Users' Disparaging Reviews–Neumont University v. Little Bizzy". Technology & Marketing Law Blog. 2014-05-28. Retrieved 2018-06-10.
  5. "Nevada Trial Judge Limits Default Judgment Against Host of Critical Comments – Was the Relief Awarded Still Too Much?". CL&P Blog. Retrieved 2018-06-10.
  6. "Neumont Univ., LLC v. Little Bizzy, LLC, Case No.: 2:12-cv-1395-JAD-PAL". Retrieved 2020-07-16. Text " Casetext Search + Citator" ignored (help)
  7. "Neumont 'University' Lawsuit Ends In Epic Fail". CollegeTimes. Retrieved 2019-03-15.
  8. "Services". Retrieved 2019-03-15.

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