Systemgraph, an Apple-authorized service company in Greece, has sued one of its customers for complaining. Natch, there’s a twitter tag devoted to mocking the company.
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you guys would be SHOCKED at what passes for trademark infringement in Europe, and what you can protect. I have a whole binder on this, but the one thing that sticks out from my time there is that a company can’t even name its competitor in a price comparison advertisement.
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