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“ABUSE OF TRADEMARK LAW” OR JUST “HELP UBUNTU’S USERS TO PROTECT THEIR PRIVACY”?

“ABUSE OF TRADEMARK LAW” OR JUST “HELP UBUNTU’S USERS TO PROTECT THEIR PRIVACY”?

The web site Fix Ubuntu by Micah Lee, a technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and CTO of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, according to an email sent by Canonical to him, needs to come down because it uses Ubuntu’s logo and trademark. ewfwAs we know, a trademark is a word, symbol, or phrase, used to identify a particular manufacturer or seller's products and distinguish them from the products of another. This web site has been made, as the technologist said, to help Ubuntu users who use the default settings of Ubuntu operative system, since the search through the Dash sends this information to a variety of third parties, without advertise the user.

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