The Independent reports that backup software company Veritas is none too happy with television presenter turned politician Robert Kilroy-Silk. The software company has instructed its lawyers to consider whether Kilroy-Silk’s decision to call his right-wing political part Veritas infringes its trade mark. The software company is particularly concerned that an association with any political party, let alone a right-wing one, will tarnish its brand values. It fears that one of the effects of such an association would be to have a detrimental effect on the business it does with the government.
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