JooJaa and I talked to the person who posted to ask about ownership of custom made clothes in chat. Maybe I am wrong, but being that we are on a legal discussion site, I took ownership to mean the design, not who controls the clothes.

Obviously, copyright and any law other than deciding whether the poster stole the clothes or not isn't relevant, because no one cares who designed the shirt if you are figuring out who owns it.

The question should be edited to allow people to figure out if the shirt was stolen or not instead of worded in the confusing way.

Further, the questions about cybersquatting regarding a company name being used in a site or game or whatever usually are about cybersquatting and the poster tries to make it sound like a first amendment issue.

Those questions should be reworded to ask about the right legal topic, which is cybersquatting.

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