Google Prevails In Copyright Suit Over Sex Guide

Law360, New York (March 20, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- The latest attempt to harness Google Inc. has ended in a minor win for the Internet search company, which prevailed against an online publisher of sexual seduction guides who claimed Google’s Web search systems infringed his copyrights.

The federal judge’s ruling, announced late last week, dismissed eleven separate allegations by Gordon Roy Parker, a Philadelphia-based publisher whose company, Snodgrass Publishing Group, issues e-books with titles including “Why Hotties Choose Losers: How To Stop A Player In His Tracks” and “The Elite Player’s Guide To Getting Laid.”...
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