Scientology abuses eBay's VeRO program to practice religious, price discrimination - 2008-02-18

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F0.png Scientology abuses eBay's VeRO program to practice religious, price discrimination February 18, 2008, Scott Pilutik, realitybasedcommunity.net

In short, the Church of Scientology is at least constructively aware that the e-meters being listed on eBay are authentic, and so have no basis under trademark-or under any other intellectual property basis, for removing these listings. What's actually going on here is that Scientology is abusing eBay's VeRO program, knowingly alleging Intellectual Property violations that clearly don't exist, so that they can limit the secondary market for e-Meters, controlling both the price and who can get them.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Scott | last = Pilutik | title = Scientology abuses eBay's VeRO program to practice religious, price discrimination | url = http://realitybasedcommunity.net/archive/2008/02/scientology_abu_1.php | work = realitybasedcommunity.net | date = February 18, 2008 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}