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+ - SPAM: Blogger Fights Goldman Sachs Over Domain Names

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narramissic
narramissic writes "After receiving a letter accusing him of violating Goldman's intellectual property rights by using its trademark, blogger Mike Morgan has filed a lawsuit against Goldman Sachs in hopes of protecting his anti-Goldman Web sites, including [spam URL stripped] and [spam URL stripped]. 'David didn't beat Goliath by waiting till Goliath threw the first punch,' Morgan wrote on his blog. Goldman Sachs has won court cases against similarly-named Web sites in the past. The company took down Netherlands-based Goldmansex.com after filing suit three years ago."
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Blogger Fights Goldman Sachs Over Domain Names

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