Tiger Woods, through a corporation, purchased a yacht, which he named ‘Privacy.’   In the contract of sale, the vendor was allowed to orally disclose that it had sold a yacht to Tiger Woods, but pretty much any other use of the Woods name was prohibited.  The vendor allegedly printed up brochures naming Woods, and distributed photos to magazines.  Woods has now sued, alleging breach of contract and of Florida privacy statutes.  Complaint reprinted here via The Smoking Gun.