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The German businessman behind trade mark cases that could wreck Google's email branding across Europe would refuse millions of dollars for the G-Mail trade mark he owns, according to his lawyer. The man has already turned down a Google offer of $250,000. Daniel Giersch is a venture capitalist who also owns and runs a physical …


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  1. Paul Murray

    An old trick

    The offer of money is a trick, of course. If he accepts it, then google will accuse him of cybersquatting and seize the domain.

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