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1) Letter from Washington - The National Medal of Technology Experience: "On the busy Friday before the event appeared a message from Emily
2) OtherUnix: Unless you are as powerful as Disney, Coca-Cola, or the Olympic
Committee, worldwide and universal trademarks don't exist; the same
name can often be used in trade for completely different things.
Details depend on the country, the category of goods offered, and of
course the tenacity and wealth of the trademark holder. I recall,
evidently correctly, that Unix Pacific, the organization created to
distribute and support AT&T (later USL) Unix systems in the
Asia/Pacific area had to step carefully around trademark issues with
Marantz in Japan.
UNIX® was registered by Bell Laboratories as a trademark for computer
operating systems. Today this mark is owned by Open Group, who are
happy to tell you about how they would like it to be used.