Keyword caution

Miller, Nigel
March 2004
Cabinet Maker;3/19/2004, Issue 5380, p14
Trade Publication
Delves into the use of Google search engine on the Internet. Issue of intellectual property rights and copyright infringement on products and services offered on the Internet; Discussion of cases filed against companies who used terms to promote products or services; Legal question posed on whether the practice of selling keywords by search engines could constitute trademark infringement under the Trademarks Act 1994.


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