European Court Rules For Google

Times Online, Tuesday, March 23, 2010 4:52 PM
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Google Tuesday won a legal battle in Europe against a luxury goods manufacturer. The European Court of Justice ruled that allowing third parties to buy brand names as key advertising words, which link to their online stores, did not violate luxury goods trademarks. Still, as Catherine Boyle and Michael Herman explain, the search engine could still be sued in a French court.
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