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Google May be a Verb, but Verb Use Alone Does Not Constitute Genericness

Posted in Copyright Law, Cyberspace Law, Legal Info, Web/Tech

Just Google it. Can you Google the score? Have you Googled the restaurant’s reviews? These are all common phrases in today’s internet-reliant society, and it’s entirely due to the creation of Google and its widespread success. By all measures, this should be a good thing for Google. Its company’s primary trademark, Google, has become such… Continue Reading