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F-word wins in Supreme Court free speech case on trademark protection for 'immoral, scandalous' material

USATODAY.com Monday, 24 June 2019
Faced with a clothing line called FUCT, the justices struck down federal bans against granting trademark protection for immoral or scandalous material
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The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a longstanding U.S. ban on trademarks with &quot;immoral&quot; or &quot;scandalous&quot; words and symbols, ruling in a case involving a clothing brand that the law violates constitutional free speech rights. This video contains language some...

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