Published: June 8, 2020 | 2 min read, 392 words
The streaming giant has already beaten the US government at securing trademark rights in Europe, Australia, Mexico, and elsewhere. As President Donald Trump continues to lose his fascist grip over America, so too does his precious Space Force over Netflix’s hit comedy-of-the-same-name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming giant has beat the US government at securing trademark rights for Space Force in Europe, Australia, Mexico, and elsewhere. What about America? Good question. So far, the Air Force has a pending application based on an intent to use, though nothing has been... READ MORE
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June 9, 2020
There is a bit of name-calling in this piece as the author refers to Trump as "continuing to lose his fascist grip over America" and a "schmucko commander". Besides these transparent politically-charged quips, the article overall does a decent job discussing the trademark conflict and context on which party was using the trademark first.