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Google unhappy with Porn copycat

Google, the world’s most popular internet search engine, has issued a legal warning to a copycat website - pornography-based Booble. Bosses at Google are demanding that Booble, which allows users to search for adult products, change its name and identity. The Booble webpage, which was launched last week, looks very similar to Google’s.

Since I work in mediation I have been trying my darndest to come up with a solution to satisfy both parties. So I thought of the names oogle.com and ogler.com but they’re already taken (Google take note). Any ideas?

Written February 2nd, 2004 by | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips

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Google unhappy with Porn copycat

Google, the world’s most popular internet search engine, has issued a legal warning to a copycat website - pornography-based Booble. Bosses at Google are demanding that Booble, which allows users to search for adult products, change its name and identity. The Booble webpage, which was launched last week, looks very similar to Google’s.

Since I work in mediation I have been trying my darndest to come up with a solution to satisfy both parties. So I thought of the names oogle.com and ogler.com but they’re already taken (Google take note). Any ideas?

Written February 2nd, 2004 by | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips

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