Utah lawmakers believe it’s unfair for companies to use competitors’ trademarks as keywords in Internet marketing campaigns tied to maximizing search-engine results, so they’ve passed a state law to stop it.
The only problem is that lawyers in Utah and outside the state think it’s unconstitutional.
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