It's their legal responsibility to do so. It's not just a responsibility, it's a mandate. They HAVE to do this. I certainly don't blame them. The alternative is to lose the iPod trademark, which would be a death wish for Apple.SMG said:Apple just recently went all crazy on sites that used 'iPod' in their names.
I guess it did take them a while to get to the iPod sites, but Apple has been doing this to Mac-related sites for as long as I can remember. I remember some of the older Mac sites (like Macintouch.com) getting cease and desists from Apple as far back as probably 1995 or 96.SMG said:It's weird that it took them like 3 or so years to crack down though..
VW went from Arnold Worldwide to Crispin Porter + Boguskyspdbump2001 said:MINI's advertising firm has recently switched to VW so if this is any indication, we will see an improvement in VW's connection with their customers. It's about time.
Exactly. There'd be no conflict... no competing interests. So the trademark, for the most part, would be moot.Concept1 said:Well, somehow I think if you have a website dedicated to Macintosh apples you're safe.