Danny Hutson

3 thoughts on “How to prepare for the new TEAS login requirement

  1. What myself and millions of other people MOSTLY hate about USPTO is that when a person wants to register a trademark on the USPTO website,
    without a lawyer/attorney and wants to file the trademark on their own, their Personal Home Address will be available for anyone to search, view and obtain at any given time.
    In this day in age of 2019 and beyond, where identity theft is extremely high and privacy concerns are an extreme concern, USPTO still posts peoples personal address on their website.
    We would love it if USPTO did away with this by completely preventing anyone from viewing, searching and obtaining this part of the information, and that particular information should be kept,
    behind closed doors within the USPTO governmental office network ONLY.
    Many people have online businesses and use their home address and dont mind the government having their personal information because its part of the processes.
    BUT – What is the problem is that governmental agencies & offices makes that personal information available to the public at will for anyone to obtain. And its unfair,
    And has HUGE consequences within privacy and identity theft that is currently running rampant within this country and abroad.
    USPTO is currently praising being on compliance of FISMA because of security reasons, but yet USPTO willingly is handing out peoples personal home addresses for anyone to obtain.
    So I ask, whats the purpose of going through all these security login hoops, when in the end, people can just surf the USPTO and obtains ANYONES personal information at will ??
    It makes no sense at all……..
    Its the same as if the DMV posted everyone's home personal private address on their website who have obtained an ID or Drivers License.
    Thats exactly what USPTO is doing, but for Trademarks.

  2. Here is another reason why having peoples home addresses on the USPTO website and Gazette website.
    Scamer's now have the persons real name & address to send things in the mail, making people believe that its coming from the USPTO.
    They do this by pulling peoples names and addresses right off the USPTO website when they do a Trademark Search with a scraping code to pull all of the personal information from the site.
    That USPTO happily supplies to the general public putting millions of peoples identification at risk for fraud —— Here is 1 out of millions of scam's due to this major problem.

  3. I am trying to find out how David Anderson and his lawyer Evanstone gort a trademark for his company name "Nationaloversprayremoval" while they're suing me in civil court for my domain. I obtained my domain nationaloversprayremovalservice from register .com the month of may 2010. David got hi a month later. I committed commerce first. They lost in court in 2016. They then tried to steal my domain with the ICANN Whoes and lost. The ICANN ruled that the David Anderson has engaged in reverse domain hijacking by virtue of its bringing the present case in bad faith. The Complainant made a choice when he registered his domain. When he realized that “nationaloversprayremovalservice” was already taken, he choose to remove the word “service”. I thought the rules were that you had to have 5 years of cmmerce with any drama, meaning law suits over your domain. Our next court date is Oct 25 2019. His patent infor SEC.2(F) SER. NO. 87-715-,158, Filed 12-11-2017 . His client also used a copyrighted video of mine on his website and I had Youtube remove it. I have been promoting my company on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter for years.

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