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February 15, 2007
News - Fluke Responds to Tradema…
about 7 years ago
For the most part, I hate most of what IP is all about. I mean software patent for "back and store"? Give me a break. However, it looks like the manufacturer of this voltmeter definitely crossed a line. The sad thing is that they are not being held responsible. What is even more reprehensible is that DHS seems to have nothing better to do than to enforce obscure trademarks. I guess they got tired of feeling up nuns at the airport.
By not holding them responsible, there is no incentive for them to do anything about it and Sparkfun cannot be expected to know all of the IP that exists in every category in which they do business. Fluke has reacted in the best of corporate ethics in this.
No public wish lists :(