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Google Seeks To Protect Its Internet Turf In Spite Of Trademarks
No question, Google is the search engine beast of the Internet. And when you are the beast, you are subject to attacks.
United States
1 Sep 2009
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Intellectual Property A Go-Go
As life moves more and more online, companies and individuals realize that just like on terra firma, they also need to protect their intellectual property and confidential materials in cyberspace.
United States
12 Sep 2008
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Barbie Comes Out Swinging
It is not a good idea to offend Barbie. Case in point--Mattel has sued a company called Global China Networks for infringing on the Barbie trademark. The dispute stems from GCN's use of the domain name ChinaBarbie.com, a pornographic Web site.
United States
30 Aug 2007
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Electronic Communications And Their Discontents
Attorneys, legal scholars and the courts are governed by a latticework of legal rules created long before the advent of the electronic age. Now all concerned find themselves forced to adapt to changes brought by computer technology.
United States
26 Jul 2007
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Perspective: Trademark Disputes A Go-Go
There was a time when it seemed that powerful trademark holders generally prevailed when they sought the transfer of Internet domain names that contained their trademarks.
United States
14 Mar 2007
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Perspective: Big Names May Not Prevail In Domain Disputes
There was a time when it seemed that powerful trademark holders generally prevailed when they sought the transfer of Internet domain names that contained their trademarks.
United States
23 Feb 2007
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Perspective: Telecommuting´s Patently Obvious Gains
Employees telecommuting from home for work is becoming a fact of life in the Internet age. Employers are embracing such arrangements, such that they now are beginning to reimburse employees for the Internet services they use at home for work purposes.
United States
23 Jan 2007
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Perspective: Rushing Into Court Has Its Consequences
So there you are, a reputable company or person, and someone else is using your trademarks to direct Internet users to pornographic Web sites.
United States
16 Nov 2006
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Perspective: Google Ducks A Legal Bullet
In the mostly uncharted territory of Internet jurisprudence, Google's policy of selling keywords has won a legal reprieve--at least for now.
United States
5 Oct 2006
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Perspective: And The Cyberlaw Beat Goes On
Long ago and far away, about the time that Al Gore invented the Internet, I decided that I would cover developing legal issues pertaining to the Internet. Soon thereafter, I was commissioned to write a treatise on Internet law.
United States
4 May 2006
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Perspective: I Want My BlackBerry
Is it true that a recent court ruling threatens Berry junkies like me, with a possible shutdown of BlackBerry wireless e-mail service? Perhaps each junkie soon will be howling to the wind: "I want my BlackBerry" (sung to the '80s melody "I want my MTV"). Let's explore.
United States
8 Dec 2005
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