Remember the Mark Zuckerberg action figures we told you about last week? They're about to become collectors' items: M.I.C. (Made in China) Gadgets has ceased Zuckerdoll sales following a stern legal letter from Facebook's legal counsel in China:
Without the authorization of Mr. Mark Zuckerberg and FACEBOOK, you have manufactured and sold on your website the Mark Zuckerberg Action Figures to customers globally, which has used Mr. Mark Zuckerberg's portraiture for commercial purpose and infringed his legitimate right. In addition, FACEBOOK's trademark "F" has also been used on these Action Figures, which has also infringed FACEBOOK's trademark right. Your improper act has infringed upon the legitimate rights of Mr. Mark Zuckerberg and FACEBOOK.
M.I.C. Gadget issued an apology and said they will comply. Since M.I.C. Gadget's Steve Jobs action figure was also banned for trademark infringement, they must have known this would happen. In essence, M.I.C. Gadget is the NMA of toy figurines: blog bait, made in China. [MICGadget, AllFacebook, Crunchgear]