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Saturday, 21 April 2012
Gmail in Germany too now
Google has been unable to use the name Gmail for its email service, because one Daniel Giersch had an earlier trade mark registration. They had a similar problem in the UK which was resolved a bit more than a year ago. Now, papers filed with the German trade mark office indicate that they have sorted something out with Mr Giersch, too. The story is here on the CIO website (no, I don't know who they are but it's a good report).