Foreign-language education company Rosetta Stone Inc. has lost a court case in which it sued Google Inc. for allowing rivals to advertise copycat software when Rosetta trademarks are used in search terms, reports the Associated Press. Rosetta Stone said it was "deeply disappointed" that its suit was dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The company said the decision will "permit Google to continue to create consumer confusion" by allowing counterfeit products to be sold using its trademarks. Rosetta Stone said that Google knows counterfeit software is being advertised using its AdWords system and takes...

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