iLOR, LLC v. Google, Inc.

Filing 60

RESPONSE in Opposition re 52 CROSS MOTION for Summary Judgment by Google, Inc., Google, Inc. filed by iLOR, LLC, iLOR, LLC. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit VV - US Patent 6178419# 2 Exhibit WW - Google Privacy Policy# 3 Exhibit XX - Google Terms of Service# 4 Exhibit YY - Google Reviewer's Guide# 5 Exhibit ZZ - Method of creating a bookmark in Navigator# 6 Exhibit AAA - 8-15-02 Office Action)(Schmit, David)

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iLOR, LLC v. Google, Inc. Doc. 60 Att. 4 Case 5:07-cv-00109-JMH Document 60 Filed 11/02/2007 Page 1 of 3 Reviewer's Guide ­ Google Notebook from Google Labs Google Notebook is a free browser tool that enables people to instantly clip text, images, and links from web pages and then store those clippings in an online "notebook"--all without ever leaving the browser window. Users will also be able to organize their Google Notebooks, add personal notes to them, and make them available for others to search. Best of all, Google Notebook provides users with a single online location to store all their notes--one that can be accessed from anywhere, at any time, with a Google Accounts login. This guide highlights the key features of Google Notebook and offers tips on using it. Benefits Never leave the browser The Google Notebook extension allows you to jot down quick notes and save web clippings without ever leaving the web page you're on. You don't have to waste time switching between windows or applications, because Google Notebook lives in the browser. Access from anywhere Whether you're at home, at work, or at your friend's place, you can access your Google Notebook by logging in at And since your Google Notebook is always online, you won't have to rely on bookmarks, scraps of paper, or other last-minute solutions for recording information as you're searching on the fly. Get organized The full-page view of Google Notebook makes it easy to organize your web clippings and notes. Create multiple notebooks for different topics and divide content into sections. You can even drag-and-drop notes from one section or notebook to another. Publish and discover If you've gathered information that could be helpful to others, you can make your Google Notebook available for the world to view. And if you're interested in checking out others' public notebooks, you can search for and view them at 1 Case 5:07-cv-00109-JMH Document 60 Filed 11/02/2007 Page 2 of 3 Getting started Google Notebook requires Internet access and a standard browser. To take advantage of the Google Notebook extension, you'll need Internet Explorer 6 or Firefox 1.5 or above. JavaScript and cookies must be enabled. Go to and sign in with your Google Account, or sign up for a new Google Account. After downloading the Google Notebook extension, you'll be asked to restart your browser. The mini Google Notebook Open and close your "mini Google Notebook" at anytime by clicking the Google Notebook icon in the status bar of your browser. This feature allows you to view the clippings you've saved to your Google Notebook and add your own notes without ever leaving the web page you're on. 2 Case 5:07-cv-00109-JMH Document 60 Filed 11/02/2007 Page 3 of 3 The full-page view Access the full-page view of your Google Notebooks by either selecting Go to full page view from the Actions menu of your mini Google Notebook, or by going to When in the full-page view, you can drag-and-drop notes from one section or notebook into another and make your Google Notebook public for others to view. You can also search the contents of your Google Notebooks or search for Google Notebooks that have been made public by other users. Google Notebook and Privacy When you use Google Notebook, Google's servers automatically record standard information about your use of the service, such as account activity (including storage usage and number of logins), data displayed or clicked on (including UI elements and links), and other log information (including browser type, IP address, date and time of access, cookie ID, and referrer URL). For more help To learn more and get answers to additional questions, visit the Google Notebook FAQ page at PR Contact Sonya Borälv May 2005 © 2005 Google Inc. All rights reserved. Google and the Google logo are trademarks of Google Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated. 3

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