When faced with online trolls or ‘truthers’, trademarks are not necessarily the answer
That the family of a Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim has had to resort to applying for a trademark in a bid to deter online harassment is a sad sign of the times. However, in this instance, it is doubtful that trademark law will provide the solution they are seeking, with one commentator calling for more to be done to help those affected.
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