Digest #354

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Wiseper, a decentralized fact checking and exploration platform from UCSC has been selected to participate in the LaunchPad Fellowship. This cohort of the LaunchPad Fellowship is focused on social impact student startups.

IP attorney Patrick Reilly writes that trademark law is generally quite sensible. "The markings of goods and services is meant to assure a purchaser of the true source of the associated goods or services." However, he writes, "when consumers make purchases while misled by confusingly similar marks or intentional counterfeiting of a trademark, the deceived purchaser can be damaged and confidence in the marketplace can be eroded." Learn more in The Supremes Consider US Trademark Registration of “Generic” Domain Names.

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