I am very disappointed with the way USA govermment is handling things regarding these cases. Facebook started suing websites who contain book in their name. Teachbook, small start up company had to change name. They are not the only one in this case… Where is justice in this? Who can claim copyright on words "Face" and "Book"? How can a brand and company be so powerfull that it is making these kinds of violents agressions on free people. I will stand on the side of openess of information and against DMCA, CopyRight and TradeMark laws. They might be protecting corporations and huge companies, but that trend will change. Thank god, USA is not the world itself, so I don't believe I would have any problems opening a website that contains a book in it's name. This is bad from SEO perspective, because you might want to niche down certain ebooks that you want to position yourself for. No you can't own the "Face", nor you can't own the "Book". Microsoft failed at TradeMarking "Windows". Here is the funny video of CEO of TeachBook where he interviewed by Chichago media. Pretty cool guy Facebook.com vs TeachBook.com I will be covering more on this fiasco, so stay tuned.