DonutBot4000211 karma2019-01-31 16:54:26 UTC
Can you clear up the myth (or non-myth?) of "Companies have to sue to protect their IPs" or "Companies have to make sure their trademarks don't become common language," etc.? I have of course heard the opposing, "No, that is not true. Otherwise, they could bankrupt themselves trying to sue everyone who infringes on their IP," but it occurs to me that I've never heard a straight answer from a lawyer on this.
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DonutBot400052 karma2019-01-31 17:32:43 UTC
I think it's more to do with that being only $6000 a year ... with no raise, no less
DonutBot400012 karma2019-01-31 16:55:50 UTC
I've got one: trolling on the internet
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