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Does the product name or the corresponding "ordinary commercial terms" provided by the Nice Classification constitute the "name of the goods"? As used here, "name of the goods" means the word used to denote that sort of thing generically. So if the article in question is a knife, the name of the goods in English is "knife,...


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for that particular Country you are visiting (and as long as you are present in that Country), is it an imprisonable Felony for Residents and Visitors alike to have a Bitcoin account anywhere in the World? It largely depends on (1) the terms of the enacted law, (2) the legislative intent thereof, (3) the constitutionality of that law, and (4) its ...


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It usually depends on the law in question. For the most part countries don't worry about what non-citizens get up to abroad. If you steal a car in France you are not going to be prosecuted by Japan if you should travel there, even though theft is a crime in both countries. However if you are in country X and trade bitcoins with someone in country Y in ...


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Yes When you enter the jurisdiction of a country, you are subject to its laws. You are not, in general, subject to punishment for things you did before you entered its jurisdiction but if possession of bitcoin ( or anything else)is illegal in that country, then possessing that thing makes you subject to prosecution.


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ORS 166.220 suggests this would be illegal - specifically its "unlawful use of a weapon" if a person (emphasis mine): Intentionally discharges a firearm, blowgun, bow and arrow, crossbow or explosive device within the city limits of any city or within residential areas within urban growth boundaries at or in the direction of any person, building, ...


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