FourFour2 is reporting that Rio Tour operator FourFour is losing $2 million in court after being sued by an Australian man for using the same logo for two different tours.
FourFour is a live TV and social media network, and is currently in the process of buying its own video-streaming platform.
The suit, which was filed on January 28th, claims that FourFour infringed copyright by using the Rio Tour logo, and was in breach of a Creative Commons license, which allows non-commercial use of images or content.
This would allow anyone to use any image or video in the same way they would any other image or content without attribution.
If the lawsuit is successful, the company would be liable for an amount equal to the total damages suffered by FourFour, plus an additional amount of $2.9 million.
As the lawsuit states, the Rio tour logo was used by FourFours online platform and its Facebook page, and its Twitter account.
On the Rio Tours website, the logo was replaced with a “Journeys” version, which has now been replaced with an “Online” version.
In the new logo, the words “Tours are for all” are written in red, and the words are printed in red.
It is unclear if the original Rio Tour website has been updated, or if the logo has been changed.
However, if the company were to be successful, it would be the third time in recent months that the company has been sued for using a Rio Tour trademark.
Tours have been banned from using Rio Tour logos on other websites such as Twitter and Instagram, and have been forced to remove Rio Tour merchandise from stores.
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