Irish search engine challenges Google

, posted: 7-Jun-2006 19:08


Ah, Doogle is a beauty to behold. Only twelve pages indexed, but they are some great twelve pages indeed.

So how does Doogle get away with it then? Google doesn't think its trademark and variations thereon are laughing matters. Ben Chamy of ZD's Publish gives us some insight into this in his Life in Google's Copyright Cross Hairs blog entry.

Chamy has found the following Google-a-likes:

I can add:

to that list. Does anyone have any more? Have to be valid domains, not registered by Google.

Update: and

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