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Federal Reserve Threatens To Sue Bitcoin Magazine

9 thoughts on “Federal Reserve Threatens To Sue Bitcoin Magazine”

  1. Very concerning that they try to censor criticism under the guise of “copyright infringement”… shows how rotten the FED is and demonstrates the dangers of CBDCs!

  2. tldr; The article does not provide any relevant text for the given title.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

  3. Since the bot failed us, here’s the most important paragraphs:

    >In a letter sent to the publication by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the central bank of the United States is claiming that Bitcoin Magazine merchandise that parodies its services are not protected speech, but rather an unauthorized infringement of its image and trademarks.

    >The dispute centers around the use of the FedNow Service image and trademark in a line of merchandise sold by Bitcoin Magazine that seeks to criticize the surveillance capabilities of the FedNow system, and how it threatens American civil liberties.

    And Bitcoin Magazine’s “defense” is basically “we have a right to use your logo because you suck, also fuck you”.

    I don’t see the magazine winning this one in court 😆

  4. >“The Federal Reserve recently learned that Bitcoin Magazine is selling t-shirts, hats, and other wearables bearing the FEDNOW name, as shown in the screenshot below. Bitcoin Magazine’s use of the FEDNOW mark in this manner is likely to cause confusion, mistakes or deception. Consumers are likely to believe that the gear is associated with, affiliated with, or endorsed by the Federal Reserve, when no such association or relationship exists.”

    They want their share.

  5. If the Federal Reserve have that name trademarked (meaning it’s registered with the US Trademark Office) and Bitcoin Magazine used it to sell an item, regardless if the item contains satirical or parody influences, they could be in DEEP shit.


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