As someone I know has put it, "...given that Reddit says that it views itself as a government for a new type of community, this is disturbing.""
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Geico sues Google, Overture over trademarks - CNET News
The auto insurance company is taking the search engines to court for allegedly violating its trademarks by selling them as keywords in their advertising
Google wins in trademark suit with Geico - CNET News Dec 15, 2004
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