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Saturday, 22nd September 2007

Google Bits: G Asks Court to Dismiss American Airlines Suit; Undersea Cable; Wireless in UK;

+ Google Wants Court to Dismiss American Airlines Keywords Suit (via Dallas Business Journal)
+++ Here's the full text of the "motion to dismiss" document (35 pages; PDF) Google filed with the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas (Fort Worth) on Wednesday. 18 related documents can (for also be found) using PACER.
++++ See Also: This Post from 8/18 with a Link to Full Text Complaint by American Airline and Comments from Internet Advertising Legal Expert, Professor Eric Goldman on his Technology an Marketing Law Blog.

++ Buying Wireless Spectrum in the UK? (via Search Engine Land)
Update: Google Denies Interest (via eWeek)
See Also: Don't Confuse This Story with Interest in U.S. Wireless Spectrum (via News.com) Ask EU to Allow DoubleClick Buy

+ Early Talks to Invest trans-Pacific undersea cable (via Reuters)


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