Google Now In Legitimate Trouble over Trademarks

Rosetta Stone Ltd v Google - Legit Trouble For Goog Over Trademarks

Recently I was able to get my hands on the Rosetta Stone Ltd v Google, Inc. ruling from the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.  If you can get through the legalese and have an interest in paid search, it’s fascinating – particularly because it could have huge implications on Google Ads advertisers. The Found […]

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How SEOs Can Protect Themselves Legally

How SEOs Can Protect Themselves Legally

Last week, a pretty interesting legal case with ramifications for search engine optimization came to light.  Here are a few snippets from the press release announcing the verdict (emphasis added): Based on the jury’s verdict, Judge Margaret B. Seymour of the United States District Court for South Carolina, entered judgment today against Search Engine Optimization […]

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