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Washington Post orders activist group which delivered fake newspapers declaring Trump's departure from White House to "cease and desist"

A parody newspaper, created by activist group the Yes Men, has spoofed the Washington Post and crowed about the “Unpresidented” flight of Donald Trump from the Oval Office as he “abandoned” the presidency.
The Washington Post’s lawyers read the fake newspaper and called it an act of trademark infringement.
However, the parody is protected by the First Amendment and fair use law, the Electronic Frontier Foundation explains. And numerous appeals courts have held that political speech is strongly protected from trademark claims.

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