A French retailer, called Early Flicker via Pickapop.fr has made what could be considered one of the dumbest moves a company could make, and is attempting to trademark the Anonymous logo and tagline with the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), France’s trademark agency. (see PDF below) Pretty stupid thing to try to do, but does show just how crazy the ability to abuse the copyright/ IP laws are.
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Here are a few of the designs. They range from T-shirts, Mugs to Posters.