google.jpgIPNews® – A Los Angeles federal judge on Wednesday shut down Google Inc.’s attempt to ditch claims that it aided and abetted ContentWatch Inc. in misusing Cybersitter LLC’s trademarks in online ads to draw attention to ContentWatch’s own products.

Cybersitter, which developed, markets and sells an Internet content-filtering program, sued Google and ContentWatch Inc. over ContentWatch’s marketing of its own Internet content-filtering software, Net Nanny, and its use of Google’s AdWords paid advertising program. Cybersitter has pled sufficient facts to defeat Google’s motion to dismiss the trademark infringement claims and others, the judge ruled. To continue reading, click: Google Fails To Shake Cybersitter AdWords Trademark Infringement Claims