Google is mad as hell and isn’t going to take it anymore — that is, from Leo Stoller, an Illinois man who has been demanding settlement payments from the Internet giant in a trademark dispute for using the word “Google.”

The 60-year-old Stoller, it turns out, is a one-man demand machine. Through the years he has reportedly sought settlements from numerous companies for using the words “stealth,” “sentra,” “fable” and “trump.”

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