Posts Tagged ‘mozilla’

WordPress Trademark Usage

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December 2nd, 2009
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In the past few weeks, I’ve come across more and more websites which are in clear violation of the WordPress trademark, namely the domain requirements as outlined here. The simple thing to do when creating a website centered around WordPress is not to have the full name as part of the domain name. For example, fanofwordpress.com. Instead, it should be fanofwp.com. That’s not all that’s trademarked though as the WordPress logo is also registered. The description of the visual trademark according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office is as follows: 26.01.17 – Circles, two concentric; Concentric circles, two; Two concentric circles 26.01.21 – Circles that are totally or partially shaded. 26.17.13 – Letters or words underlined and/or overlined by one or more strokes or lines; Overlined words or letters; Underlined words or letters If you need an official logo to use, this page on the WordPress.org website has […]

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Multiple Mozilla Products Vulnerabilities

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April 14th, 2006
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Multiple Mozilla Products Vulnerabilities If you have not upgraded your Mozilla Products already, it might be high time to do so. Vulnerable products include Firefox 1.5, Thunderbird 1.5, Mozilla Suite 1.7 and Seamonkey 1.0

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