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Trademark

Trademarks help us navigate the consumer marketplace. They help tie creators with products, giving us confidence that the object we see on a shelf comes from a trusted source. They also act as status symbols, expressive statements of group loyalty, team affiliation, and social aspiration. Taken to an extreme, they can chill speech and limit expression. Without them, the marketplace would be a jumble of confusion, limited to goods sold directly by their original creators.

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