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Combat Arms Ubuntu Trademark Infringement
Proprietary software, we all know it, almost all of us have once used it. Video games are software, and the majority of all games on the market are still proprietary. When a free game uses a popular GNU/Linux distribution logo, therefore, trademark, to describe something; most GNU/Linux distribution vendors let it slide. But the same treatment shouldn't be given to the proprietary video game software vendors. The free-- though closed source-- video game 'Combat Arms' for the Windows operating system may be committing copyright and/or trademark infringement.
||Feb 26, 2009 8:31 PM
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