Power.com removes Facebook

Power.com a Brazil based web service, aims to be the portal through which people access all of their favorite social networking sites. But Facebook would prefer that its members access it directly, and thus filed a complaint against Power.com in United States District Court in San Jose, Calif., for copyright and trademark infringement, unlawful competition and violation of the […]

Power.com a Brazil based web service, aims to be the portal through which people access all of their favorite social networking sites. But Facebook would prefer that its members access it directly, and thus filed a complaint against Power.com in United States District Court in San Jose, Calif., for copyright and trademark infringement, unlawful competition and violation of the computer fraud and abuse act, among other charges. “Facebook has suffered irreparable and incalculable harm,” the complaint reads (PDF). Power.com has removed access to Facebook from its site.

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