Ganging Up on Google

A phalanx of foes -- from eBay to search rivals and Uncle Sam -- is lining up to keep the search giant in check

The family of Joan Miro had a bone to pick with Google. The search giant used some of his images in its Web-site logo on Apr. 20 -- until Miro's family very publicly complained Google was violating the Spanish artist's copyrights.

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