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The National Golf Foundation, a nonprofit, claims for-profit Automated Info Solutions copied its golf course database from the Internet and sells it for $150 to $400, in West Palm Beach Federal Court.

The Clever Factory claims Rite Aid, Kingsbridge and Jiande Bedding Articles are selling knockoff "flash cards" for Crazy 8s, Old Maid, Bible Heroes and other games, in Nashville Federal Court.

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