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MIT sues Time Inc., CNet

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Boston--Massachusetts Institute of Technology has sued Time Inc. and CNet Networks Inc., alleging their new magazine, Fortune/Cnet Technology Review, infringes on the university's trademark. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Boston, seeks unspecified damages and asks Time and CNet to change the name of Fortune/Cnet Technology Review and its companion Web site. Published since 1899, MIT's Technology Review is a monthly journal on technology with an international circulation of 300,000. MIT's alumni association has owned the rights to the name since 1958. A spokeswoman for Fortune could not be reached for comment.
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