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Wis. court rules in search-engine keyword suit

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Milwaukee-area personal injury law firm that paid to use the names of a competing firm in Internet search engines to promote its own link did not violate privacy laws, a Wisconsin appeals court ruled Thursday. Habush, Habush & Rottier based its 2009 lawsuit against Cannon & Dunphy on a Wisconsin right-to-privacy statute that prohibits the use of any living person's name for...

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