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A business that gets its Web site link to show up in Internet search results by using a competitor's trademark in its keywords does not infringe the mark under federal law, a New York federal judge has ruled.
A recent study makes plain that for educational institutions to stay competitive, they need to be equipped with the latest technology for the use of their students.
The Eighth Circuit just dealt a serious blow to state utility regulators' attempts to regulate Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers. In a dispute that originally arose between the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and Vonage after Vonage failed to obtain a permit for its VoIP service, the Eighth Circuit recently affirmed an FCC decision that federal law can preempt state VoIP regulations because it is impossible to separate the service's interstate and intrastate components.