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Scholarly authority, the nuanced, deep, perspective-laden authority we hold dear, is under threat by the easily-computable metrics of popularity, famousness, and binary votes, which are amplified by the nature of abundance-jaded audiences.
Outside Germany, increasingly, these figures can be assimilated into a general cult of famousness.
230) If the junior user intended to trade on the famous mark, there is a corresponding admission of famousness of the senior mark.