kaled - 10:53 pm on Mar 16, 2010 (gmt 0)
International supply contracts is reach and then some. For one thing, no commodity (real or virtual) is being traded. This is about reimbursement for a service. My company is registered in the UK, I am paid in GBP by a company that (I believe) has an incorporated presence in the UK. I'm not trading in timber with Malaysia or anything like that.
It would undoubtedly require a judge to rule on this, but I cannot see it going Google's way (unless they get in quick and bung the Labour party a few quid before the election).