The news media had a field day when the U.S. Supreme Court decided the Victoria’s Secret trademark case, pitting the rights of lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret against an adult novelty store operating under the name Victor’s Secret.

More recently, much ado has been made about the question of whether revenues from trademark counterfeiting in products such as cell phones and designer purses are being used to fund terrorist organizations.

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