Governments “should do more” to protect religious signs through trademark law, expert urges 03 Jan 18
New research has examined how religious signs are increasingly used in trade, and revealed how misappropriation by nefarious sellers can be harmful to the identity and preservation of religious cultures. To that end, the study’s author tells World Trademark Review that governments “should do more” to protect religious signs, and that religious organisations must engage in commercial activities so they can fight back against misappropriation.
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