APL license - What about the enforced logos?

Matthew Flaschen matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Thu Nov 30 03:35:24 UTC 2006

Rick Moen wrote:
> Claiming it's parody isn't an effective
> defence, nor does it matter that your usage was non-commercial.  It's a
> tort.

Wouldn't any parody fall afoul of this, though?

> [1] Alongside infringement and _dilution_, which I forgot to detail:

I didn't know these two violations were distinct, either.

> Ordinarily, proving trademark infringment requires showing likelihood of
> confusion.

I thought this was supposed to be the *only* justification for trademark
protection (protecting the consumer from confusion).

Matt Flaschen

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