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Important victory for Google – Adwords legal!
posted by scubacuda on Monday September 27, @01:01AM
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Trademark Stephan Ott writes "According to AP a state court in Hamburg on Tuesday rejected a German company's lawsuit against Google over allegations the Internet search engine allows rival companies to buy ads using trademarked terms. This lawsuit is just one of many that Google faces in Europe and in the USA because of its trademark policy. So far only German courts have decided in favour of Google. The internet search giant lost a lawsuit in France and is awaiting its first judgement in the USA.


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