Lawmakers should rethink use of ‘derogatory’ consumer label in US trademark law, study finds
A new research paper claims that the use of the term ‘consumer’ in trademark law is causing linguistic bias that could be defining the public in a “patronizing, biased, insulting and indulgent” manner, and urges a rethink.
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