movie-film-cannister.jpgIPNews® – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences last week told a California federal judge that Google Inc. must be compelled to provide depositions in the Academy’s trademark infringement case against over alleged Oscar-related cybersquatting on GoDaddy-registered domain names.

AMPAS wants to know what role Google’s “AdSense for Domains” advertising program played in the alleged infringement and monetization of the alleged cybersquatting. Revenue-generating ads are displayed via Google’s program on the infringing domains, all of which are merely non-functional “parked pages,” according to AMPAS. To continue reading, click: AMPAS Wants Answers From Google In GoDaddy Trademark Cybersquatting Fight