Member Since: February 12, 2008

Country: United States

  • The people interested in either companies products could never confuse the two. Is it possible to believe a trademark, based on an acronym, that if one were to sound out could sound like “spark”, should preclude any other company in this nation, that sells any form of electronics from having any phonetic resemblance of said acronym in ANY part of their name? This reckless abandonment of all common sense and contemptible waste of human productivity is a mar on the United States legal system, economic structure, political philosophy, and a slap in the face to the men and women of this country that get up and do real work every day. The racketeering perpetrated under the guise of law to extort protection fees from smaller companies is abhorrent to a free nation. Stand strong. Continue in the spirit of ingenuity, education, and freedom; that which this Country seems to be in dire need of!

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