twitter.jpgLos Angeles – After a nearly three year battle, Twitter finally has exclusive rights to the Tweet trademark at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The problems began when Twittad, the largest advertising platform on Twitter, registered the “Let Your Ad Meet Tweets.” trademark first.  The judge ultimately agreed with Twitter’s argument that “tweet” was a word

twitter.jpgLos Angeles – Social blogging network Twitter has filed a trademark infringement complaint in a San Francisco district court against Twittad over the use of the trademark ‘tweet.’  Twittad is currently the largest advertising platform operating on Twitter. 

Twitter, the micro-blogging service that allows users to post messages called Tweets, has long been trying to register

bird-twitter.jpgLos Angeles – If there is one thing that Twitter does not seem to do well, it would be protecting its intellectual property rights.  Just recently, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) rejected Twitter’s “Tweet” trademark application for a second time. 

Apparently, the word “Tweet” has already been registered by Twittad, a third party