[Wikimedia-l] Why is not free?
valdelli at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 21:29:12 UTC 2012
The trademark doesn't protect only the owner, it can protect also the user.
Imagine that a fashion house would release his trademark under free license.
Imagine that you buy a Gucci or Armani shirt and you are sure that it's
a Gucci or Armani shirt. And you pay as you may pay the original one or
It's look like a high quality product and the trademark looks like the
original trademark because it has been released under free license.
You are sure that you have in your hand a high quality product, but you
have a copy and nothing else, and this copy costs much more than the
Next time you will not buy a product with this trademark because the
trademark cannot assure that you have an original product.
On 03.07.2012 23:09, Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton wrote:
> hummm... No!
> I've read all this, I can give workshops about it, my question is more about
> values, why not believe in what we preach and release our logos?
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