Re: Ongoing Firefox (and Thunderbird) Trademark problems
Eric Dorland wrote:
* Gervase Markham (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
Only because there's only one of me, and I'm too busy to deal with the
volume! It's currently ten to midnight and I just got back from speaking
at a conference in Wolverhampton.
The volume has been pretty light compared to most Debian flamewars.
I apologise for not being used to Debian flamewars. ;-)
Would you adopt a similar attitude to copyright infringement?
No, but as many have pointed out, they're not the same thing. If they
were, clearly your agreement would be non-free.
What I mean is, would you ever say about a copyright: "I'll ignore this
copyright until the copyright owner complains about it"? If not, why do
you do it for a trademark? That would make your respect for the law