Xerox Claims Infringement Against Google, YouTube, Yahoo

SEO by the Sea, Tuesday, February 23, 2010 2:50 PM
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Bill Slawski points to a patent dispute filed by Xerox in the Wilmington, Del., federal court that asks for cash damages and an order that would keep Google, Yahoo and YouTube from continuing to use a system for automatically generating queries.

Slawski explains the patent describes a way to automatically generate queries based on the content of Web pages that show related advertisements through Google's Adsense and Adwords programs, as well as through Yahoo's Search Marketing and Publisher Network.
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