Trademark Concerns Arise in Australia Over Search Ads

The Age reports on possible legal repercussions of buying a trademarked keyword names. Telstra, an Australian based telecom company, was buying the name AAPT at Google AdWords, which is the trademarked name of its competitor AAPT. AAPT sent Google a complaint to remove the ads, the ad was not removed as of yesterday. Hat tip to IPKat.

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