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  1. Google’s Rosetta Stone AdWords Woes Continue as Case Reopened

    In March 2011, a United States court for the Ninth Circuit (California) ruled in the case of Network Automation, Inc.v. Rosetta Stone’s trademark infringement lawsuit against Google, first filed in 2009 and dismissed by a Virginia court in August...

  2. Court: Google Image Search Didn’t ‘Irreparably Harm’ Perfect 10’s Porn Business

    Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that Perfect 10 failed to show a causal connection, however, by not providing a statement from any former subscribers and by not proving it was sound financially before the copyright infringements.

  3. Court: Bidding on Competitor's Name OK in AdWords, adCenter

    Advanced Systems Concepts, Inc, in the United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit (California), brought forth a ruling that finally clears up buying competitor names, business names, and trademarked names in pay-per-click campaigns.

  4. The Search Engine Update - Number 165 - Jan. 21, 2004

    The Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals has ruled that a case Playboy filed against Netscape involving keyword-linked banner ads can go to trial. Search Engine Watch News + SES Comes To New York In March + Search Engine Articles By Danny Sullivan...

  5. Legal Rulings On Image Search & Meta Tags

    In another ruling this month by the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, former Playboy Playmate Terri Welles was found not to have violated Playboy's trademark rights by using the terms "playboy" and "playmate" within the meta tags on her web site.

  6. Image Search Faces Renewed Legal Challenge

    Of course, whether any type of opt-out ability will ultimately have legal weight may be decided in Kelly's case, which will be heard on September 10, before the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Pasadena, California.

  7. Image Search Faces Renewed Legal Challenge

    Of course, whether any type of opt-out ability will ultimately have legal weight may be decided in Kelly's case, which will be heard on September 10, before the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Pasadena, California.