Glenn Beck, Trademark Law, and Lies

During a Comedy Central roast of Bob Saget, Gilbert Gottfried, comedian and voice of the Aflac duck, asked the audience, “Why should we pick Bob Saget who raped and killed a girl in 1990?  Should we even waste two seconds on Bob Saget who raped and killed a girl in 1990?  Well, first of all, it’s not true. It’s not true that Bob Saget raped and killed a girl in 1990.” Gottfried, of course, made Continue Reading →

Twittersquatting: Twitter Is Doing Something About It

Many prominent brand names and trademarks have been registered as Twitter usernames by non-affiliated individuals.  As Twitter’s popularity has skyrocketed, corporations have taken note and become much more interested in securing their usernames.  While trademark owners are understandably concerned that Twitter has complete control over the assignment of usernames, Twitter’s newly-updated terms of service and rules improve protections for trademark holders. Twitter usernames are valuable Twitter, created in 2006, is one of the fastest growing Continue Reading →