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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.
A trademark filing in the US means social network Facebook is a step closer to owning the word 'face'.
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.
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?