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> I'm not expressing an opinion on this one way or the other, but what a
> lot of people don't realize about US trademark law is this: Twitter
> doesn't have a choice in this matter. They are *required* to actively
> defend their trademark, or they will lose it. This is how the law
> works, and it's why you often see companies taking seemingly
> unnecessary action against seemingly minor violations (not that I'm
> quantifying this as minor). They have to, that's all there is to it.
>
>

+1

I was going to send this but you beat me to it.

-- 
Larry Wright

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