Rosetta Stone, a language-learning software producer, has filed a federal lawsuit against Google for infringing its trademark through Google's AdWords online advertising program, AFP reports. Rosetta Stone charges that Google is wrongly allowing its name and other trademarks to serve as keywords that other businesses can use to target paid advertisements to people online. In May, Google adjusted its trademark policy in AdWords to allow some ads to use trademarks without permission, saying the change brought the California company more in line with the industry standard. Rosetta argues that Google's policy results in consumers being deceived or confused. "Google's search...

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