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Genericide: At a Loss for Words

If you didn’t know what “genericide” meant, most likely you’d have to google it — and therein lies the rub.  The Supreme Court is considering whether “google” is now too generic a term

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At Tail-End of Monkey Selfie Case

This post’s headline, “The Year of the Monkey, “monkey business,” a “macaquery” of the courts — over the last few years, the monkey selfie case has elicited countless primate puns (we went bananas!)

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