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Phil Harvey
12/29/2005

2:00 PM -- Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) is being sued by Jews for Jesus.

Interestingly, what's at issue is a trademark infringement allegedly occuring from a blog that Google hosts on its Blogger service. The Jews for Jesus say that Google did a bad thing by hosting the blog's content and allowing the Blogger member to create a subdomain that has the words "jewsforjesus" in it.

Also, the Jews for Jesus don't like the fact that Google won't tell them who the mystery blogger is. So the Web anonimity issues comes up again, as it also has with a certain Juniper lawsuit we've written about. (See Juniper Sues LR Message Boarders and Poll: Juniper Lawsuit Still a Bad Move.)

Would you like to see the complaint? The 48-page PDF file is right here.

— Phil Harvey, Google Jesus Editor, Light Reading

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