BOOBLE: THE SEARCH ISN'T OVER


Useful information gained via the jgeek listserv: the booble.com adult search engine (don't all rush at once IP lawyers - you don't want to crash the site do you?) which, as the IPKat noted, was thought by Google to be too similar to its search engine, is alive and well. However, its format and the typeface of its logo have been altered so that they looks less like the Google site.

The IPKat, in a moment of idle speculation, wonders why we don't follow up on the practical outcomes of more threatened and actual IP litigation.
BOOBLE: THE SEARCH ISN'T OVER BOOBLE: THE SEARCH ISN'T OVER Reviewed by Unknown on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 Rating: 5

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