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Yahoo! awarded $610 million in spammer case

Yahoo! on Wednesday said that a judge ordered spammers to pay $610 million for running a larcenous lottery scheme using the Internet pioneer's name.

China's ZTE rejects Huawei patent charges

Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE has rejected charges by its bigger rival Huawei Technologies, which is suing ZTE in three European countries for alleged patent and trademark infringements.

Supreme Court rejects Tiffany appeal of eBay ruling

The US Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by luxury retailer Tiffany of a ruling that eBay cannot be held liable for trademark infringement for counterfeit items sold through its site.

Baidu hacker lawsuit can proceed in US court

A US judge ruled Thursday that Baidu has a "plausible" legal case against a domain registry firm that let hackers commandeer the Chinese Internet search giant's website.

NY court revives Tiffany's false ad claim vs. eBay

(AP) -- EBay Inc. might be violating false-advertising laws if it does not warn consumers that some of the Tiffany products offered by sellers on its Web site are not authentic, a federal appeals court said Thursday.

Suit over search-engine keywords tries new angle

(AP) -- A lawsuit in Wisconsin is bringing a fresh challenge to the practice of paying for keywords on Google and other search engines to boost one company's link over a rival's.

Will Judicial Judgment Change Cyberspace?

(PhysOrg.com) -- The struggle of American courts to control the explosion of intellectual property rights violations on some of the most traveled highways of cyberspace poses a legal challenge to the judicial system with ...

EBay wins court fight against L'Oreal in UK

(AP) -- A British court on Friday ruled that Internet marketplace eBay is not liable for bogus beauty products sold on its Web site, dealing a blow to cosmetics company L'Oreal's campaign against the online auction giant.

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