Removing pink from the web
Experience the web according to trademark trolls. Deutsche Telekom (aka, T-Mobile’s parent) is out here telling other companies they can’t use pink (yes, seriously: http://bit.ly/freeingthepink), so this Chrome Extension makes sure you’re pink-compliant and removes it from all your browsing pages on the web. 🧹 Click on the ‘Pink-Out’ button to automatically remove the pink from the web (with the exception of T-Mobile affiliated pages). This extension is free - like the color pink should be. 🤦
- (2019-12-04) PAUL WELLS: Please make a version which emails Deutsche Telekom to report every time anyone visits a site using their color. Sure, they'd get a lot of email every day, but I'm sure they'd appreciate it.
- (2019-12-03) Giacomo Bauer: Seriously T-Mobile
- (2019-12-02) John Leavitt: I understand Tiffany's protecting their Pantone 1837 Blue but T-Mobile who uses true magenta found in every CMYK printer. Lemonade even uses a different magenta color than T-Mobile, how can they copyright such a basic color smh.
- (2019-12-02) Jasmine Nouriel: This is awesome! So funny! #freethepink
- (2019-12-01) Audrey Zada: Seriously? A company can't own a color. This is hilarious!