On 10/21/06, Matthew Brown <morven(a)gmail.com>
Trademarks don't give you blanket ownership
of a term. They give you
protection against people using a term in a specific context, and
that's it - basically, the context of similar things to what you use
the trademark for.
Is the supposed trademark owner in the coding business?
It really doesn't matter. We're not the ones to determine such things;
that's what the courts are for. Anyone making legal threats against us
or any of our editors will be blocked indefinately.
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