For reference, they're not just going after Instagram-related businesses: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/sep/09/instagram...
If you think this could become a big thing, either be ready for the battle and have lots of money, or rebrand now while you still can.
I know this is a hard pill to swallow, especially after you've registered the domain and everything — and it likely won't be a problem for you for a good while, but in the rare case of this hitting product hunt, or techcrunch, you may run into issues later down the road.
Cost my client about $125 in legal fees...
I can't comment on the other cases or why they were ongoing, but the only cases I know where Facebook didn't fold immediately when challenged by legal counsel were ones were the startups were actually trying to ride on Facebook's trademarked coattails and naming their product/using colors/fonts/etc similar to Facebook so as to trick consumers into thinking their product was affiliated in some way with facebook. Those are fights that Facebook won't back down on, nor should they.
That moment, sitting at home in my jogging pants, I thought I'd literally just beat a tough-nut San Francisco corporate lawyer in his own game and got away with it.
After a long pause he basically said, "yes, there's nothing filed yet, but we'll get to that, it's already being prepared. Regardless, we'd have to file this issue in San Francisco this afternoon, so you'd have to come over and sort this out with our firm in court locally, over the next few months, or years."
And I said I'll call him back. And then caved in. What can you do.
I haved an app (closed now) - SwapChat before they go to Russian app store(
And i know about "gram" but i have this domain... So silly I just think may be go to the store with some another name.. I'm really don't know what to do with "gram"
What am I missing here?
All articles on English language, for example - on subdomain http://en.tgr.am/all - here: http://en.tgr.am/all
It's first public beta and i want to catch as many feedbacks as possible before going forward. Most activity from first adopters on http://ru.tgr.am On others languages - it may contain only auto-translated welcome post(
The link to https://docs.inscryb.com/editor/markdown-guide is broken.
I clicked on all links on the page, multiple times, before I found out how to publish something (it's in your profile).
When I tried to sign in on another language's page, I got an error message like "key not found" or something. Could maybe be more clear.
Is it a conscious decision to require separate accounts for different languages?
Does anybody know of a good blogging service with this capability?
Odd... I made an account (@keb) and made a post while at work, but as I got home and attempted to log in, it seems like my account had been deleted. Just remade it.
Anyway, I have no experience with Go, but I'll definitely consider as I play around with this more. :)
May please try again and show me the error text? In case of to short text, for example - error messages may look very ugly(
Key: 'Article.Body' Error:Field validation for 'Body' failed on the 'min' tag Key: 'Article.OgImage' Error:Field validation for 'OgImage' failed on the 'url' tag
Means that post body must be more than 10 symbols
Link to the picture - should be a link, for example
I do not know how to explain more precisely..
May be empty space in that field?