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July 09, 2002

Exxon Suppresses anti-company logo

Exxon has won an injunction against Greenpeace barring their use of a campaign symbol, a defaced company logo with a dollar sign scrawled on it. As trademark law continues its anti-free speech trend, pretty soon, you'll have to pay money to a company to mention them in a leaflet.

Posted by Nathan at July 9, 2002 07:16 AM

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