Google Settles Case Over Journal-Search Service

A trademark lawsuit pitting the venerable American Chemical Society against Google has quietly gone away. ACS, which was founded in 1876 and claims to be the world's largest scientific society, sued Google in 2004, claiming that the free "Google Scholar" journal-search service unfairly competes with ACS' "SciFinder Scholar," which appears to be more comprehensive but charges a fee.

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