27 Kasım 2017 Pazartesi

Turkish Footballer Thinks He's All-Galaxy

ingilizce links to original Turkish newspaper article

(Hürriyet Daily News, 27 November 2017)

Turkish footballer Selçuk İnan sues Samsung for ‘S8’ logo
                Monetizing self-infatuation.

Turkish Super League leader Galatasaray’s midfielder Selçuk İnan
has sued technology giant Samsung for using his registered logo 
“S8” as the brand name for its latest handset. The Turkish 
international footballer has demanded 100,000 Turkish Liras, 
roughly $25,400, in compensation from the South Korean 
conglomerate.  İnan had registered his logo “S8” at the Turkish
Copyright Institute (TPE) four years ago, like Cristiano Ronaldo,
who owns the rights for the logo “QR7” or Ricardo Quaresma, 
who owns “Q7.”  İnan’s close friend, Trabzonspor’s Burak Yılmaz,
holds the rights for “BY17.”  “The defendant has not hesitated in 
its use of a brand that cannot be differentiated from my client’s 
registered brand,” said İnan’s lawyer in a legal complaint, 
demanding Samsung stop its new modern Galaxy smartphones 
with the “S8” logo on them as a precaution until the law case is
concluded.  Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy 
S8+ and Samsung Galaxy S8 Active on March 2017 to succeed
the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge.
samsung s8 ile ilgili görsel sonucu
How about we make Selçuk Bey's picture the 
default screen-saver...

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