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Supreme Court Eases Trademark Rules for Online Companies

The court, in an 8-1 ruling Tuesday, sided with the online travel firm Booking.com, which had applied to register four trademarks using its name in connection with travel-related services.
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WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court gave online companies broad latitude to trademark their website names, rejecting restrictions imposed by the federal government.

The court, in an 8-1 ruling Tuesday, sided with the online travel firm Booking.com, which had applied to register four trademarks using its name in connection with travel-related services.

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