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The social network files a complaint against a social network that it says dilutes the Facebook brand through its use of the "-book" suffix. What about all the other companies that use it, too?
Facebook claims that Norwegian site Faceporn infringed on its good name. A federal judge in California begs to differ.
Social network giant says it was a "mistake" that it barred users from sending one another links from Lamebook, a site which Facebook says infringes upon its trademark.
Lamebook, a site that aggregates funny Facebook status messages and other content from the social network, was on the verge of being slapped with a trademark suit--so it sued Facebook first.
A trademark filing in the US means social network Facebook is a step closer to owning the word 'face'.
Facebook is reportedly not only trying to trademark the word "book" but the word "face." Yet Apple owns the trademark for FaceTime. Might Cupertino object?