Member Since: April 13, 2010

Country: United States

  • No, US law deserves bad press for this.
    They’re doing what’s required of them in order to protect their trademark. If you don’t protect it, you lose it and a lot of bad spark happens to your company.
    If they were a small organization, there might have been a personal “hey, we have a problem” touch to a it. But this is the equivalent when your personal touch goes through a lawyer (particularly a US lawyer).

  • SPARC is an acronym.
    Scalable Processor ARChitecture.
    There’s a reason people have been writing SPARC, not sparc or Sparc.

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