Cite Scandalous Trademarks

The federal trademark office in Access To Information records has detailed applications rejected last year as vulgar or scandalous. Under the Trademarks Act regulators may veto slogans or symbols: “Jeez-Us so nearly resembles as to be likely mistaken for Jesus and therefore would be offensive.”

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