Difference between Klingon and Tengwar

Hans Åberg haberg-1 at telia.com
Thu Sep 16 14:42:06 CDT 2021

Languages, including orthography, are not copyrightable. Movie and TV production companies regularly make copyright claims of no legal basis.

> On 16 Sep 2021, at 19:11, Ken Whistler via Unicode <unicode at corp.unicode.org> wrote:
> Doug,
> When dealing with a dragon sleeping on top of its treasure hoard, if you want to make off with one insignificant little trinket from that treasure pile, it is generally not a good idea to walk up to the dragon, poke it vigorously, and say, "Mr. Dragon, do you mind if I take this insignificant little trinket from your treasure pile? I'm sure you won't miss it."
> --Ken
> On 9/16/2021 9:24 AM, Doug Ewell via Unicode wrote:
>> Conversely, I would also appreciate seeing a statement from Paramount's legal team that Klingon is their exclusive IP, and that they intend to pursue vigorously any unauthorized use. At least that way we would know.

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