I'm not a lawyer, but the big corporations who have them probably would have problems with you using their logos and trademarked brands to make a profit.Rodney, could you define the copyright and trademark issues you find problematic? The reason I ask is because one reason for us being in Canada is the very liberal copyright and trademark rules/laws.
Trade-marks come to represent not only actual wares and services, but the reputation of the producer. As such, they are considered valuable intellectual property. A registered trade-mark can be protected through legal proceedings from misuse and imitation.
I don't think any of that list is an actual "precedent" from a ruled on court case.Rodney I dig where you're coming from, but its not just my attorney, its a long list of precedent that's been established.
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