Industry News Google calls in the language police By Thomas McGuire on June 21, 2003, 5:15 AM Facebook Twitter Google Plus RSS Comments Paul McFedries, who runs the lexicography site Word Spy, received a stiffly worded letter from the firm after he added "google" to his online lexicon. The company asked him to delete the definition or revise it to take account of the "trade mark status of Google". He opted for the latter. Would you like to know more? 1 comment 0 interactions Now Read This... Global Internet usage to rise by 6.6 percent this year as web population approaches three billion Google Fiber gigabit service in Austin set at $70/mo, basic Internet is free Samsung sold 40% fewer Galaxy S5 smartphones than anticipated The FAA drone rules could all but eliminate commercial use Next TechSpot Pricewatch Prev Orrin Hatch: Software Pirate?