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Wild Life is a 2011 Canadian animated short film by Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis. The film debuted at the 2011 Worldwide Short Film Festival in Toronto in June 2011 and online on January 6, 2012.[1] The film was nominated for Best Animated Short Film at the 84th Academy Awards, and Best Animated Short Subject at the 39th Annie Awards[2] as well as a Genie Award for Best Animated Short at the 32nd Genie Awards.[3]

Online Cartoon Movies 2011

Inanimate Insanity is an American online animated reality web series on YouTube created by Adam Katz, Taylor Grodin, Brian Koch and Justin Chapman, who create the series together on the YouTube channel AnimationEpic. The series is about a group of anthropomorphic objects that compete for 1 million dollars, led by the host, MePhone4. It first premiered on April 1st, 2011, but all of the original first episodes were deleted by former voice actor Nate Groth and were remade, and is currently airing its second and third season simultaneously. Taylor Grodin has since been removed from the show, along with his credits in any future episodes.

Don't Trade on a Competitor's Good Will Trademark and copyright infringements are often a form of false advertising as a company tries to use the good will and reputation earned by a competitor's product to either draw consumer attention to its own product or to confuse consumers into thinking its product is somehow associated with the product that is already well regarded. On the Internet, trademarks are used to falsely advertise in many ways, including use of another's trademarks or of slightly misspelled trademarks in domain names or using another's trademarks in keywords or metatags where there is no appropriate use of the trademark in website text. (It is often a fair use to use another's trademark in a comparative ad.) Similarly, copying another's famous products and advertising them as your own can lead to a copyright infringement. Some cases involve both types of infringement; in April 2011, Disney and Hanna-Barbera sued Costume World, Inc., for both types of infringement for selling through Internet websites allegedly infringing costumes based on cartoon characters. 041b061a72


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