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Williams-Sonoma went into San Francisco federal court Tuesday with its claim that Amazon.com has created “a fake Williams-Sonoma website” on its platform, while Amazon argued for the right to resell others’ merchandise without having to face ginned-up claims about consumer confusion.

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