This post is broken into two parts. The first part briefly connects the concepts of trust, branding, and privacy while viewing these abstract concepts through the Facebook lens. The second part will look at how representations can impact branding, examining the fine line between what is an objective, substantiated representation (and what is not, i.e. … Continue reading Part I: Privacy, Puffery, Trust—and—Branding: What Happened to Facebook?
“There’s been a dust up in town,” my mother told me on my last trip home. A local restaurant had started getting calls for reservations and customers wandering in looking for their newly formed competition. The customers were confused, as the two restaurants had similar names. This seems like a pretty straight forward trademark story, … Continue reading How can a Business Provide a Description of What it is Selling While Having a Unique Brand?