T-Mobile Hits AT&T with Lawsuit Over Aio's Use of Magenta
of course they should sue...
T Bone said:
not all people can tell the difference between various shades of colors, some people are more sensitive to seeing shades of color than others. I'd say the color is similar enough that some people might not be able to see the difference.
The color isn't my complaint. Despite the color, you can't mistake Aio's logo for T-Mobile. This whole thing about color is silly. If the logos were similar in design AND color, where someone could actually confuse the two, then I could see the reasoning behind them suing. But, that's just my opinion.
purple isn't the same color as pink. It's not even similarly close to tmo's logo.
Not everyone sees colors the same way, to many people, the Aio logo and the T-Mobile are close enough in color that they will have hard time telling them apart. And that is good enough to be able to make a case for ...
You've never heard of virgin mobile? And I am pretty sure you can't trademark a color. Otherwise I would trademark black and sue Obama.
You can trademark a color because there is a company who has done it. I cannot offhand think of the company though...but it has been done.
T-mobile is a horrible brand and AT&T would never want anything to do with that trash and filth. If the buyout would have gone through then T-mobile magenta would have gone the way of the dodo.
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