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Iconic Piracy Suit Against Google Dismissed, Despite $25,000 Bounty

TheGift73 (2427520) writes | more than 2 years ago

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TheGift73 writes "After 8 years the legal battle between Google and adult magazine publisher Perfect 10 has been put to rest. The latter accused the search giant of a variety of copyright infringement breaches which included Google’s use of cached images. In a final attempt to save the case, Perfect 10 offered a $25,000 bounty to anyone who could prove wrongdoing on Google’s part but the initiative failed. The case has now been dismissed without the option for further appeal."
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