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||HOW DO I USE A TRADEMARK PROPERLY?
I truly believe the root of all problems is with ICANN and their corrupt symbiotic
type relationship with various interests.|
The Department of Commerce are deeply
The DoC deny all businesses the right to use their trademarks on the
Internet - they know the simple answer.
They only have to introduce .REG
DO I USE A TRADEMARK PROPERLY?
Proper use of a trademark is essential for its
The ® (commonly pronounced R-in-a-circle or Circle-R), as
well as the legend "Registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office" or its abbreviation
"Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off." are warning notices to advice the public that the mark
is federally registered and their use provides legal benefits. This notice can be
used only with registered marks. Use of a ® with any unregistered trademark may result
in claims of fraud.
- HOW DO I USE A TRADEMARK PROPERLY? Garry Anderson, June 27, 2001 @ 7:54 AM (1/2)