TechDirt: “If the technology works as well as the demo, then Apple is going to make a ton of money with or without patents, because people will buy the phone.”
Wired: “A prominent trademark lawyer thinks the word iPhone may be general enough for both Apple and Cisco Systems to market products under the name.”
Jeff Pulver thinks it’s a “good thing” he didn’t file a trademark on iPhone in 1995.
Al Jazeera: “US forces, backed by helicopters, have raided the Iranian consulate’s offices in Arbil, the Kurdish capital in northern Iraq.”
Great blog post by Cisco general counsel Mark Chandler. “Apple is a very aggressive enforcer of their trademark rights. And that needs to be a two-way street.”
I love Verisign and Scoble, but he’s wrong about Netflix.