updated 3/25/2011 8:45:27 AM ET 2011-03-25T12:45:27

NEW YORK, March 25, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- interclick, inc. (Nasdaq:ICLK) announced today that claims alleging violation of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) have been dropped against the Company as part of ongoing legal litigation.

In December of 2010, Sonal Bose filed a lawsuit, seeking class action status, against interclick, Inc. claiming, among other things, that interclick's online behavioral advertising practices violated the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. On March 21, 2011, following interclick's recent motion to dismiss, the plaintiff amended her complaint and voluntarily dropped her claim that interclick had violated the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

"interclick believes that our activities are not, and have never been, in any way unlawful and violated customer privacy. We are pleased that this important element of the litigation has been dropped," said Michael Katz, CEO of interclick.

About interclick

interclick, inc. (Nasdaq:ICLK) is a technology company providing solutions for data-driven advertising. Combining scalable media execution capabilities with analytical expertise, interclick delivers exceptional results for marketers. The Company's proprietary Open Segment Manager (OSM) platform organizes and valuates billions of data points daily to construct the most responsive digital audiences for major digital marketers. For more information, visit http://www.interclick.com.

CONTACT:  Ogilvy Public Relations
          Laura Mills
          (212) 880-5305

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