Too Scared To Sue

This only makes sense.  And it demonstrates the real power of the Christian majority of the nation.  Even if a tiny person, whom you could easily sue and roll over under other circumstances, steals your intellectual property for their private profit, no one wants to be seen as “anti-Christian.”  So, although protecting your trademarks and copyrights ought to be something that is neutral with regards to religion, in fact a lot of merchants are able to make Christianized parodies of all sorts of stuff and never get called on it which has led to the creation of a $4.6 billion industry that is wholly and totally illegal.  I say, stealing is stealing, even if you do it in the name of Jehovah.  H/T.

Burt Likko

Pseudonymous Portlander. Homebrewer. Atheist. Recovering litigator. Recovering Republican. Recovering Catholic. Recovering divorcé. Recovering Former Editor-in-Chief of Ordinary Times. House Likko's Words: Scite Verum. Colite Iusticia. Vivere Con Gaudium.

One Comment

  1. I agree, It is stealing. I can't understand why the people involved can't use their own ingenuity to come up with fresh designs (this goes for music too)! Andrew and I as well as some of our friends have discussed this issue over the years. It is not a new problem and definitely needs to be dealt with appropriately.

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