Arbitration Court Rules Against Google In Trademark Dispute
Two of the three judges on the panel of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, rejected Google's argument that “Froogles” is “confusingly similar” to Google.
The third judge dissented, saying the additional letters in Froogles.com "do not distinguish the domain name" from the Google trademark. The name Froogles.com could...
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