Internet Explorer does not belong Microsoft - at least not the name. The US Patent and Trademark Office is to register the trademark to Synet, a defunct software firm whose founder claimed he first used the name in 1994.
Microsoft also faces civil charges alleging it stole the name for its own use. The company's defence is that Internet explorer is used to describe a product which cannot be trademark. It's just a cola, Microsoft says, not Coke.
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