Huffington Moves to Trademark the Letter 'H'

But, to be fair, only if it's underlined
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 15, 2011 1:27 PM CST
The Huffington Post's service mark application: You may not be able to use this H.   (Gawker)
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(Newser) – Here's hoping you've had a healthy helping of the letter "H" already, because Arianna Huffington may soon own it. OK, so that’s exaggerating—a lot—but Gawker is still in a tizzy over two new trademarks filed by the Huffington Post in December. The first seems pretty fair: It protects "the letter H inside a square with rounded corners." But the second reserves "the letter H with a broad solid line below" it. So you can use an H. Just not one that's underlined.
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