An exhibit in the lawsuit purports to show a search for NAMESAFE that shows NAMESAFE's name as the top sponsored result, however, the link is to LifeLock's Web site. You can see the exhibit by clicking the above smaller image to enlarge it. In a sense, this is ironic, since both firms are in the business of protecting consumers against ID theft and this is sort of corporate ID theft. However, we tried searching for NAMESAFE ourselves, in several search engines, and didn't get a result like above. It's quite possible that NAMESAFE got what it expected: LifeLock dropping the ads. We wouldn't expect the suit to be dropped, however, at least not until some restitution is made.
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