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InsideGoogle
Monday, September 20, 2004
 
Another Company Sues Google
Google is now being sued by Rescuecom, a computer service company, for selling their trademarked company name as an ad keyword to competitors, including Computer Troubleshooters, as I witnessed by searching for Rescuecom. Google is once again in hot water for selling trademarks, like the ongoing Geico suit. Why doesn't Google just stop selling these words?

I would just like to take a moment to give a shout-out to Topix.net, which provides me with oodles of up-to-the-moment news. It's a lot like Google News, but with RSS feeds and categories, so you can, as I do, subscribe to a feed of Google and search engine news. I recommend any heavy user of Google News give it a shot. You'll discover that both sites have a lot to offer you.

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