It's not the first Gangnam Style Parody they've gone after.
I've submitted this here but I don't know if Techdirt has had a chance to see it yet, but a very popular Gangnam Style parody by CaptainSparklez was taken down by Universsal. He is still working on getting that resolved but unfortunately YouTube's processes are making things difficult.
Yup, unfortunately standard practice in this case means standard practice for the industry in the US. I don't know about all US carriers but I know the two biggest ones, AT&T and Verizon, force you to have a data plan with a smartphone even if you don't use data at all or only use data via WiFi.
"A real journalist, he [the prosecutor] explained, was supposed to follow police orders without a second thought. A real journalist would never back talk to police. A real journalist would never question a direct police order as to why he was not allowed to stand on a public sidewalk."
Thankfully the defense was able to shred that argument to shreds. What the prosecution was describing is what you see in dictatorships and other such countries, not what is supposed to be a free democracy.
Bethesda/Zenimax apparently disagrees. Mojang has offered to give up the trademark request and even change the name to "Scrolls: some subtitle" but Bethesda doesn't want them using the word "Scrolls" at all and are continuing with the suit.
Bethesda doesn't want them to use the word "Scrolls" at all, TM or No TM.
Markus "Notch" Persson has Tweeted (http://twitter.com/#!/notch) and posted in his blog (http://notch.tumblr.com/post/10990169550/a-short-response) that Bethesda doesn't want them to use the word "Scrolls" at all.
They've offered to give up the trademark request and even change the name to "Scrolls: " but Bethesday/Zenimax has refused to give up the suit.