The French agency tasked with enforcing strict anti-piracy regulations has
been left severely embarrassed after the revelation that its logo contains
The agency, called Hadopi, unveiled its new logo at a ceremony presided over
by French culture minister Frederic Mitterrand, who said that now the agency "
finally had a face."
However, within hours it was forced to withdraw and rework the logo after it
emerged it had used a font that was proprietary to France Telecom.