bkconn58 karma2016-11-28 21:03:23 UTC
I hate to admit it, but making one exception opens the floodgates. There's something about trademark law (I remember reading about Mojang's Scrolls vs Bethesda's Elder Scrolls) where if you don't take certain steps to protect your trademark, you actually make it harder on yourself to protect your trademark in future disputes.. or something like that. So corporate lawyers (who don't care about the love that goes into making a fan-made project) will just shut everything down to be safe.
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bkconn22 karma2019-11-01 13:31:22 UTC
What's the source on this? I would love to see the two of them meet!
bkconn9 karma2014-09-02 16:57:55 UTC
Is it just me or was this kind of the worst AMA ever?
He answered about 20 questions and even then kept them incredibly short, barely answering the question that was actually asked in some cases..
I loved the guy in Sherlock, but wth?
bkconn2 karma2014-10-01 18:22:05 UTC
Alas, your joke was lost on OP, but it was not lost on me. I chuckled.
bkconn1 karma2019-05-20 19:32:10 UTC
Would blockchain technology ever be appropriate for something like.. say, voting for the president of the united states?
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