Lamebook, which is a service that collects photos and post that users posts on Facebook, has reached an agreement with Facebook in their trademark dispute.

Facebook sued Lamebook about a year ago, claiming that that the website was a trademark infringement. Lamebook, however, claimed that the name and the service is an obvious parody and therefore could not be seen as a trademark infringement.

Now, the parties have agreed that Lambook can keep their Facebook-like logo, as long as they post a disclaimer on the website and do not apply for trademark protection.

Joshua Huck, who is behind the website, is planning to release a book called “The Best of The Worst From Facebook”, sometime next year.


(via ComputerSweden)