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What’s the premise of your assertion that Google had a better case than this guy did?

In terms of his wrongdoing it was an open and shut case.

In terms of their information given for what he probably knew was against their TOS, they were in the wrong. I don't deny that.

My problem comes in when he was awarded the money that was 'gained' by actions that was against their TOS.

That just doesn't make any sense.

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