Unless someone here is a lawyer, we should probably avoid legal
debate- consult with each our own counsels, and move on to doing what
we do best (coding).
I find these debates are often filled with FUD, misinformation,
speculation, a misunderstanding of law, etc

The easiest way to get around it is to not use Twitter based words in
your company/product name. Otherwise, just do what Biz said and use
Tweet. It seems he gave the thumbs up on Tweet.

dave fisher

On Aug 18, 5:27 pm, Bill Kocik <bko...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Aug 17, 8:06 am, Nicole Simon <nee...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Question: is to tweet an official word in the english language
> > both american and english? as in widely used?
> > does the US and UK trademark system reject such applications?
> Microsoft has a registered trademark on Windows. Apple Computer has a
> registered trademark on Apple.

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