After public outrage over a trademark infringement dispute, a New Zealand-based attorney has penned a column claiming that New Zealanders are “unsophisticated and naive” in their attitude towards IP rights. The move is unique in its blunt tone to readers, but it may prove to be an effective approach to educating the public when misleading or hyperbolic trademark stories go viral.

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