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Twitter releases trade mark guidelines

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London


Twitter has introduced new rules regarding use of its trade marks, which appear to be designed to avoid its marks becoming generic terms

Loss of distinctiveness is a risk faced by many brands as they become famous terms, particularly if the brands are associated with unique products or are commonly used as verbs.

For example, the success of Google's search engine and the...


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