Nearly all SEAL Team 6 trademark applications abandoned with USPTO

For individuals and companies trying to cash in on SEAL Team 6, it can be an uphill battle.  First it was Disney that tried trademarking "SEAL Team 6" only days after Osama bin Laden was killed in early May.  Then others quickly followed, including the Department of the Navy itself which filed for a … [Read more...]

Updates on Top 5 Fusible stories, May

In May 2011, the United States Navy SEALs drew a lot of news coverage on the web following the killing of Osama bin Laden.  But the SEALs weren't the only story on Fusible that attracted readers.   Zynga hinted at plans of developing the next top iPhone game with the registration of … [Read more...]

Sony Pictures registers domain names for yet-untitled “Killing bin Laden” movie

Earlier this month as reported by Deadline.com, The New York Times, Associated Press, and other news sites, Sony Pictures Entertainment acquired the rights to Kathryn Bigelow's film about killing Osama bin Laden. The film project was originally called "killing bin Laden" according to Deadline who … [Read more...]

A flurry of Navy SEAL domain names registered after the killing of bin Laden

As one might expect, with the Navy SEALs being in the news after killing Osama bin Laden, the number of Navy SEAL domain names being registered has soared. The latest stories of Disney abandoning its trademark application on SEAL Team 6 and news of Columbia Pictures set to debut the first film in … [Read more...]

Former SEAL operator lets several names expire like NavySEALTeam6.com

According to his bio on the LinkedIn website, Mark Matzeldelaflor, was a SEAL operator with SEAL Team 5.  His skills include unconventional warfare, mobility operations, surveillance & reconnaissance, demolition, counter terrorism, wilderness survival and other military expertise.  But along … [Read more...]