An open letter on intellectual property

King has distributed a public statement responding to company’s earlier moves to trademark the word ‘Candy‘. The discussion has stretched out to a game called Pac-Avoid, published by King, which was blamed for being a clone of an existing game called ScamperGhost which had been pitched to King before being distributed somewhere else.

In a letter planning to “set the record straight”, CEO Riccardo Zacconi apologised for Pac-Avoid, yet guarded his organization’s decision to file for trademarks dependent upon its later diversions, while contradicting Stoic’s documenting.

Visit the link to read original letter. Don’t forget to visit our website Candy Crush 135.

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