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Interesting read here: https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20191007/17291443141/banksys-fake-store-is-attempt-to-abuse-trademark-law-to-avoid-copyright-law.shtml Uh-huh. This is the kind of material that interests me. Thanks! I did a quick read-through of the article...good stuff relating to the laws...
Okay....so, if the mats are the only item that can be purchased . (Not sayin' for sure that's the case, but IF they are.) Will the sale of mats only satisfy the legal issue that brought about this ordeal?
I, for one, have no idea how to answer any, (of the many), questions about this whole thing. It's like...an online store on steroids - I don't know how else to describe it. I just play along. Just waiting for some kind of big twist that I suspect might be coming.
Very cool and yeah, pretty exciting. I went through the process of submitting an application for purchase. Knowing, of course, that there's no chance in hell getting chosen. I mean...this thing is so HUGE.
This wasn't a mock sale - folks were able to purchase the mats (afaik). You don't think this is something Banksy would do? Maybe the idea is that not as many folks will be willing to pay for the flip on a mat that doesn't carry his brand/name.
Why on earth do you think all items ARE available for purchase? Blue could be correct...that this is a "performance" and the only item available for purchase is the one that money goes towards a good cause.
You don't know the "facts". No one said he'd toss "millions"...but, maybe a lucky few? It's true that some items offered in this GDP sale could be bogus. It is curious that they ask for mailing/shipping addresses. Names/emails would be sufficient for a fake lottery for purchase. I could be wrong, bu...