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  1. Google Seeks Ban on iPhone, iPad in Patent Lawsuit

    Court of Appeals judge Richard Posner dismissed patent infringement claims from both Apple and Motorola in the U.S. District Court, and the ITC is due to make a decision on 24 August as to whether Apple infringes on a Motorola WiFi patent.

  2. Daily SearchCast, June 27, 2006: School Upset Over Student Data In Google; Is GBuy GooglePal?; Microsoft adCenter Gets Promoted; New Travel Search Engines; The Matt Cutts Doll & More!

    The International Herald Tribune reports that a Paris appeals court is expected to issue judgment on a trademark violation appeals case this What is a bit surprising is that Google is obviously aware of the issue, based on John telling us Google...

  3. Image & Multimedia Search Complaints

    It's OK for search engines to show thumbnail images in search results but the legality of displaying full-sized images remains to be determined, a US appeals court has ruled. A German regional court rules that thumbnail photos used in Google's news...

  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 may be Microsoft's next target, court told News.com, Jan.http://news.com.com/2100-1016-5142763.html

  5. Legal Rulings On Image Search & Meta Tags

    In the case involving image search engines, the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this month that displaying thumbnail images of pictures found across the web was fair use. In another ruling this month by the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals...

  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.