A Sense Of Humour Failure – when is a parody no longer funny?

A Sense Of Humour Failure – when is a parody no longer funny?

There is a common assumption that there’s no harm done in parodying a trade mark. Many believe that the idea of free speech, or a simple attempt to inject humour somehow provides some form of defense against trade mark infringement. This couldn’t be more wrong, as two recent incidents illustrate. Reproduced here is a copy …

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