Twitter Sues Twittad Over Use Of ‘Tweet’ [Headlines]

Twitter Sues Twittad Over Use Of ‘Tweet’ [Headlines]
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Twitter is suing one of its third-party partners Twittad to prevent it from using the word "tweet."

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 13 september 2011

The micro-blogging platform is taking legal action against Twittad, which sells advertising on Twitter, to prevent it from using the word “tweet” in its registered trademark “Let Your Ad Meet Tweets”

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