Trademark News & Screw-ups Apple says Norwegian political party's logo might be confused with its own, objects to trademark

Apple is not crazy. They don't have a problem with the party using an apple as a symbol for what the party does as a party. What they do have a problem with is the party trying to expand their trademark claims to digital media, clothing, games, and toys. That could, in fact, create a likelihood of confusion and dilute Apple's brand. Make sure you read beyond the headline.

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