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  1. Meghan Markle has come under fire for being ?almost 500 years too late? with ?Archetypes? trademark
  2. Kanye West is planning to introduce a wide range of technology under a name that his music fans are familiar with
  3. TikTok might make a comeback in India soon, according to a trademark filing by its parent company ByteDance. The company has filed for a short-form video app with the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks. TikTok was one of the first few Chinese apps that were banned in India in June last year. © solen-feyissa-unsplash The app was removed from the Google Play and App Store and wouldn’t work even if the app was already installed in smartphones. Due to the ban, companies like Instagram and Facebook introduced a similar feature to fill the void left by the app. However, the new app will probably launch under a different name i.e. “TickTock” on July 6th according to the filing. The filing was discovered by tipster Mukul Sharma on Twitter and later verified by multiple outlets. The new trademark has been filed under the Class 42 of the Fourth Schedule to Trade Mark Rules, 2002, which is meant for “scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; design and development of computer hardware and software.” © amanda-vick-unsplash ByteDance has been reportedly in talks with the government to relaunch the app and its Chinese owners also reassured the Indian government that it will follow the new IT Rules as required. ByteDance appointed its chief nodal and grievance officer in India in 2019 which is a pre-requisite for any social media app that has over 50 Lakh users. © solen-feyissa-unsplash At the time of its ban, it was estimated that the app had around 20 crore users in the country. However, with the recent launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India, it would be fair to assume that ByteDance may want to take a similar route for the relaunch of the social media app. As of now, ByteDance has not officially confirmed the relaunch of the social media app in the coming weeks. It is unclear whether the new app could also be banned again especially since it was banned on the grounds of threatening the “sovereignty and integrity” of the country during the border clashes with China last year. View the full article
  4. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle might end up losing the Archewell trademark due to ?poor paperwork?
  5. Miley Cyrus has won the right to use her name as a trademark on a wide range of products in the European Union
  6. Arguably one of the most popular and influential cricketers in the modern era of the sport, Virat Kohli, on the back of consistent performances, has carved his own niche in international cricket. From his electric fielding, unmatched leadership skills to majestic batting display, Kohli has surely reached the pinnacle of the sport. For a man who couldn't seem to do any wrong, Kohli has looked a pale shadow of himself during India's ongoing tour of Australia. The captaincy of the Delhi lad has been under scanner with popular figures in the gentleman's game raising questions on his decision to tamper with the team selection. His fielding, too, has been pretty ordinary with the Indian captain spilling two simple catches in the recent past. Oh dear... Virat Kohli drops a ?????????????? and is clipped on the head for good measure ??#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/heXL8sN9Ih — Cricket on BT Sport (@btsportcricket) December 4, 2020 It has only been with the willow that Kohli, despite blowing hot and cold, has found some saving grace. But, even that looked a bit different, thankfully for his own good, during India's six-wicket triumph over Australia in the 2nd T20I at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on 6th December. Known for his discipline and orthodox strokeplay, Kohli rarely looks to experiment and tries to avoid taking unnecessary risks when wielding the willow. But, during India's chase of 194 runs at Sydney, Kohli, in a bid to accelerate the scoring rate, unleashed a shot that surprised cricket pundits and fans alike. © AP Reeling at 123/3 in 14 overs, the visitors saw the asking rate reaching to 12 runs an over with Kohli and Hardik Pandya at the crease. With Andrew Tye running in to bowl the 15th over, the tourists desperately needed some big shots and the captain obliged. The Indian captain smoked an exquisite boundary on the second delivery of the over before playing an unorthodox shot a couple of deliveries later. Moving across the off-stump, Kohli bent down on one-knee, making full use of Tye's pace and scooping the ball over fine leg for a much-needed six. It was a shot that didn't just get the spectators at the SCG going, but also surprised the commentators who, like the rest of us, are used to seeing Kohli play orthodox shots. Virat Kohli or AB de Villiers? 🤯 Ridiculous shot from the Indian skipper! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/6g8xY8ihIj — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 6, 2020 A short video of Kohli's experimental scoop was also shared by Cricket Australia (CA) on social media. The Australian cricket board asked fans to rate Kohli's shot in comparison to AB de Villiers who has made the expansive scoop shot his own, subsequently earning the moniker of Mr. 360. Though Kohli eventually perished for a 24-ball 40, Pandya got India over the line with a breathtaking knock of 42 runs. After securing an emphatic win, the Indian captain shared his thoughts on the scoop he played. "(The scoop) that was indeed an AB shot! I told Hardik, Tye wasn't expecting it and he said he didn't either. I'll text AB tonight, see what he thinks of it," Kohli said during the post-match interaction. @imVkohli — AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17) December 6, 2020 But, before Kohli could drop a message to ABD, the South African batting sensation seemed to approve his Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain's attempt at the iconic shot he's been playing over the years. Responding to a widely shared video of Kohli's shot, De Villiers used a few emojis to laud his RCB teammate. Same shots pic.twitter.com/SYBI0qA0kN — THUG 1 (@thug1one) December 6, 2020 With the three-match T20I series win secured, the Indian cricket will now seek a final flourish to whitewash the Australians when they take the field in the 3rd and final game in Sydney on 8th December. View the full article
  7. The world of cricket, over the years, has witnessed numerous batting greats leaving their mark in the sport's rich history, but only a handful come close to the ambition and passion of Virat Kohli. Taking his technical assiduousness on par with the great Sachin Tendulkar and matching the fitness levels of the top athletes in the world, Kohli has truly established himself as one of the best in the business. His passion for cricket has made him one of the best batsmen in the world across formats, and has further allowed him to shatter batting records at will. A slightly open-chested stance, strong bottom-hand grip and quick footwork have all added to Kohli's ability to pace his innings and aid Team India in dire situations. In the age of Twenty20 (T20) cricket, while many continue to reinvent their shots, Kohli, still, relies on traditional strokes and focuses on timing instead. © Reuters Pick either of Kohli's memorable innings, even in the shortest format, and you'll straightaway notice the difference from the rest. His innings generally do not have the savagery of a Chris Gayle tempest, nor does it boast of the creativity of an AB de Villiers storm. But still, there is something about Kohli that makes his innings hard to forget. One of the most aggressive batsmen in modern-day cricket, the Indian captain boasts all kinds of shots in his repertoire. An accomplished strokemaker all round the wicket, Kohli's defensive technique is organised and his timing on the legside is especially silken. The 31-year-old might have endured a dismal outing on the New Zealand tour recently, but he's still got all the shots in the books to make amends in the upcoming ODI series against South Africa and win his fans back. The Exquisite Cover Drive One of the most exquisite shots associated with Kohli is his effortless drive along the ground, piercing the cover region. The right-hander leans forward and opens the face of his bat to punch the ball past the cover fielders for a valuable boundary. Though the shot might not appear as destructive as his other shots, but Kohli's cover drive has found a way in the hearts of a million cricket fans across the globe, with many comparing its quality with the renowned straight drives of the great 'Little Master'. The Effortless Swat-Flick Shot Playing on the spinning wickets consistently, a flick shot is something that probably comes naturally to every sub-continent batsmen. We've seen Mohammad Azharuddin and VVS Laxman flicking the ball from outside the off-stump towards the onside with relative ease. But, Kohli's flick shot is not the same as other sub-continent batsmenâs. It's more powerful and the wrist-work is a bit too strong. Learning from the greats, Kohli has reinvented the flick shot where he isn't just a bottom-handed player but uses the top hand perfectly well when he wants to. So, when the ball is on the off-stump, he can play the punchy cover drive, but suddenly, also use his bottom hand and strong wrists to smash it for a six over midwicket. Kohli's isn't a fick, really. If you take a closer look and compare it with the contemporaries, you'd notice, it's a mutant, swat-flick maybe. His bottom-hand powered shot feels like a stroke borrowed from table tennis. The Mighty Pull Shot © Reuters Cricket has witnessed many international careers flounder because of the inability to handle bouncers. But, not Kohli. The aggressive Delhi lad has developed a liking towards the short deliveries which is clearly visible in his muscular pull shots. He has got all the time to open his arms while pulling, and the courage to take on the fastest bowlers in the world when they dig one in short. Shifting his weight on the backfoot to pull, Kohli has also mastered the art of keeping it in control to pick the gaps to perfection and get the most out of his shot. The Delicate Square Cut © Reuters Apart from using his sheer power to pull the ball, Kohli can also play delicate shots to complement his aggressive brand of cricket. His square cut through point and third-man region is one of his most sophisticated weapons in all forms of cricket. Using the depth of his crease, Kohli quickly transfers his weight on the backfoot and swats the ball with an open face of the bat to send it racing past the point fielder towards the boundary. The shot has proved particularly efficient against turning deliveries outside the off-stump. The Flamboyant Inside-Out Shot © Twitter/@BCCI If the limited-overs cricket has led to the evolution of innovative stroke-making by modern-day cricketers, then the inside-out shot has got to be one of the top finds. The shot allows the batsman to go against the protective field setting of the opposition to earn some valuable runs. Kohli, with his impeccable technique and an astute mind, plays the inside-out shot to perfection. Moving towards the onside, Kohli thrives on the room while lofting the ball over the infield for some quick runs. The shot has helped Kohli earn a lot of runs against both, the flighted deliveries of the spinners and the pitched up balls by the seamers. Apart from Kohli, Suresh Raina, currently out of favour at Team India, is another batsman who has used this shot to full use in cricket. View the full article
  8. Photo: FileLONDON: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking to globally trademark the "Sussex Royal" brand which covers a range of items and activities including clothing, stationery and the running of "emotional support groups", according to international filings. The application covering Australia, Canada, the EU and US was filed in December with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in the name of their new foundation, international media reported. As well as the application to register Sussex Royal – which the couple have been using on their Instagram account and on a website launched last week as they announced they were "stepping back" as senior royals – one was also made to register "Sussex Royal the Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex". Read more: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s whopping net worth will leave you shocked Six classes were listed in the applications, covering printed matter such as magazines and greeting cards, clothing ranging from footwear to pyjamas, charitable fundraising and management, as well as education and social care services including the organising and conducting of emotional support groups. Applications to trademark Sussex Royal for a range of goods and activities were lodged with UK intellectual property authorities last June by their advisers Natalie Campbell and Sara Latham. Ownership was switched to the couple in December. However, Harry and Meghan face having to potentially make an objection to protect their would-be brand after an application was lodged with EU authorities to trademark a range of goods including beer and jewellery under Sussex Royal. Read more: Oprah Winfrey denies role in Prince Harry, Markle's departure from Royal Family It was lodged on Thursday by an applicant who appears to be based in Italy and filed it in German, with English listed as a second language. Database searches suggest it was made in the name of Ui Phoenix Kerbl, possibly after the Guardian reported on Thursday that the Sussexes had yet to register their brand outside the UK. Six categories of goods and services were listed – covering areas including toiletries, sporting goods, toys and alcoholic beverages – in the application to the European Union intellectual property office (EUIPO). Meanwhile, the Duke of Cambridge has expressed his sadness over tensions with his brother before Monday’s crisis summit at Sandringham called by the Queen to decide the future of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Read more: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to step away from royal family in shock move The brothers are now "separate entities" but Prince William hopes matters can be resolved so the royal family can once more play as "a team", according to reports. "I’ve put my arm around my brother all our lives and I can’t do that any more; we’re separate entities," William was quoted as saying. "I’m sad about that. All we can do, and all I can do, is try and support them and hope that the time comes when we’re all singing from the same page. I want everyone to play on the same team," he said. The comments come as the Queen, Prince of Wales, William and Harry prepare to meet face-to-face for the first time since the Sussexes’ bombshell statement on Wednesday. In it, Harry and Meghan said they intended to "step back" from being frontline royals, split their time between the UK and North America, and work towards becoming "financially independent".
  9. Whether you are scrolling through your social media news feed or passing through an outdoor billboard, one often comes across brand logos and names with the trademark symbol. One look and we instantly recognise the brand associated with it. But for those of you who think this trademark business is limited to just logos and names, you are about to get schooled! There a numerous sounds across the world that have been trademarked. While they vary from a range of different things, some are definitely high on nostalgia trigging your favourite memory. The latest sound to get its own trademark is the Zippo lighter click sound. The unique sound of the click of the Zippo lighter is something that people anywhere across the globe would instantly recognize. And that's exactly why we are kick-starting our list of trademark sounds with this one of a kind addition. On a side note, you can celebrate the sonic signature sound of Zippo windproof lighters with this special ASMR lighter collection. But before that, check this list out: 1. The Zippo Click Sound 2. Mockingjay Whistle From 'The Hunger Games' 3. Pillsbury Doughboy Giggle 4. 90's AOL Dial-Up Internet Connection Sound 5. The MGM Lion Roar 6. The 20th Century Fox Introduction 7. The Robotic Breathing Sound Of Darth Vader From Star Wars How many of these did you recognise?
  10. Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi. Photo:AFPBarcelona footballer Lionel Messi won a legal battle Thursday to register his name as a trademark to sell sports goods after an EU court ruled that he is too famous to be confused with other...
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  12. Six weeks after we got a glimpse of time-traveling mutant Cable (Josh Brolin) and a Bob Ross homage, the Merc with a Mouth finally takes the screen in the latest Deadpool 2 trailer, giving his fans a full glimpse of his awesomeness. And he is amazing AF! (c) 20th Century Fox The clip is full of Deadpool's trademark violence, mouthy wisecracks, humor and everything in between that the fans could have asked for and more. And boy, the X-force has officially arrived leaving us screaming. (c) 20th Century Fox There are some new names in the team and they are only adding to the awesomeness! Oh boy, does Negasonic Teenage Warhead look fly in that dope-ass hairstyle! (c) 20th Century Fox From the look of the clip, Deadpool is still running around being a vigilante until Cable comes his way, all set to kill a kid who clearly has superpowers. Cable clearly wants to get rid of the kid, but Marvel's sardonic superhero has other plans and says, “I ain't letting Cable kill this kid,” and soon we see him assembling the X-Force because he knows he needs this "super-duper f*****g group" (c) 20th Century Fox “Doing the right thing is messy,” Deadpool states in his patent style. “But if you want to fight for what's right, sometimes you have to fight dirty. And that is why 'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' is pure pornography.” (Can't believe he trolled his own wife there) (c) 20th Century Fox This is Marvel's another anticipated film of the year and is all set to hit the screens on May 18. Directed by David Leitch the film stars Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool, Josh Brolin as Cable, Zazie Beetz as Domino, and Julian Dennison as 'that' kid. Yeah, we know this is going to be one hell of a movie and we can't wait too!
  13. Facebook Inc announced Monday that it removed nearly 3 million posts, including videos, ads and other forms of content, from its services during the first half of 2017 following complaints of counterfeiting and copyright and trademark infringement. The worldwide data on intellectual property-related takedowns is a new disclosure for Facebook as part of its biannual ?Transparency Report,? Chris Sonderby, a deputy general counsel at the firm, said in a blog post. ?We believe that sharing information about (intellectual property) reports we receive from rights holders is an important step toward being more open and clear about how we protect the people and businesses that use our services,? Sonderby wrote. The ninth Facebook transparency report also showed that government requests for information about users increased 21 percent worldwide compared with the second half of 2016, from 64,279 to 78,890. For intellectual property disputes, Facebook offers monitoring tools that alert rightsholders to suspected copies of their videos and songs on Facebook and use of their brand. Rightsholders can send takedown requests for unauthorized uses to a team of Facebook content analysts. Entertainment and media industry groups have long expressed frustration with the process, contending that they bear too much of the internet policing burden and that online services should be more proactive about stemming infringement. Facebook did not supply data about earlier periods or release individual requests, a level of detail that advertising rival Alphabet Inc provides for requests to remove Google search results. Aggregate data shows Facebook received about 377,400 complaints from January through June, with many referencing multiple posts. About 60 percent of the reports related to suspected copyright violations on Facebook. A ?small fraction? of requests were excluded because they were not sent through an official form, Facebook said. The company removed user uploads in response to 81 percent of filings for counterfeiting, 68 percent for copyrights and 47 percent for trademarks, according to its report. The percentages were roughly similar for Instagram.
  14. Salvador Dali - File photo MADRID: Surrealist master Salvador Dali's trademark moustache is in perfect shape in its "ten past ten" position, the foundation that runs his estate said Friday, a day after his remains were exhumed to settle a paternity claim. Narcis Bardalet, who was responsible for embalming Dali's body 28 years ago was at his grave the moment he was exhumed on Thursday night for DNA tests. "It was a moving moment for him and for us," Lluis Penuelas Reixach, the secretary general of the Salvador Dali Foundation, told a press conference. The arduous task of exhumation involved removing a slab weighing more than a tonne that covered his tomb at the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueras in northeastern Spain where the eccentric artist was born. "When I took off the silk handkerchief, I was very emotional. I was eager to see him and I was absolutely stunned. It was like a miracle ... his moustache appeared at 10 past 10 exactly and his hair was intact," Bardalet told Catalan radio station RAC1 on Friday morning. Penuelas said DNA samples were taken from "his skin, nail and two long bones." A Madrid court last month granted Pilar Abel a DNA test to determine whether she is Dali's child, as she claims. Abel, a 61-year-old who long worked as a psychic in Catalonia, says her mother had a relationship with the artist when she worked in Cadaques, a picturesque Spanish port where the painter lived for years. If Abel is confirmed as Dali's only child, she could be entitled to 25 percent of the huge fortune and heritage of one of the most celebrated and prolific painters of the 20th century, according to her lawyer Enrique Blanquez. But the Dali Foundation´s lawyer has indicated Abel could get a big bill if her claims are proven false. "If Pilar Abel is not Dali's daughter then we must ask this woman to reimburse the costs of the exhumation," said Albert Segura. Dali´s estate, which includes properties and hundreds of paintings, is entirely in the hands of the Spanish state. The Foundation says it was worth nearly 400 million euros ($460 million) at the end of 2016. Abel has already provided a saliva sample for comparison and the results are expected within a matter of weeks.
  15. The owners of a Mexican hotel using the name Hotel California on Wednesday said a trademark infringement lawsuit by the Eagles, whose song "Hotel California" is arguably the band's most famous, should be dismissed. Hotel California Baja LLC, which runs the Todos Santos hotel in Baja California Sur, said the band long ago waived its trademark rights, having waited four decades to assert them since releasing the song "Hotel California" on a 1976 album with the same name. The owner said it "flatly denies" the Eagles' "baseless contention" that the 11-room hotel seeks to mislead travelers into thinking the property is associated with the band. "Any alleged use of plaintiff's trademarks is not likely to cause confusion, deception or mistake as to association, connection, sponsorship, endorsement, or approval of plaintiff," the owner said in a filing in Los Angeles federal court. Lawyers for the Eagles were not immediately available for comment. In their May 1 lawsuit, the Eagles said the defendant encourages guests to believe their hotel is associated with the band, including piping its music through a sound system, to sell T-shirts and other merchandise. The hotel is located about 1,000 miles (1,609 km) south of San Diego and 48 miles (77 km) north of Cabo San Lucas. It was named Hotel California at its 1950 opening, underwent some name changes, and later revived the original name after a Canadian couple, John and Debbie Stewart, bought it in 2001. US District Judge Gary Klausner scheduled a conference in the case for Aug. 21. The album "Hotel California," won the 1977 Grammy Award for record of the year.
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